Focus Ireland, A&L Goodbody, Mercy Law Resource Centre and the Public Interest Law Alliance (PILA) have launched “Housing Rights and Homelessness: lessons from a pro bono partnership” which sets out the successes from the first year of their pro-bono partnership providing legal advice to people facing homelessness.
ALG is to support local emerging artists in Northern Ireland through a new partnership with Belfast Exposed.
Eithne Lynch says A&L Goodbody’s pro bono practice is unique in that it seeks to engage with all lawyers across each of the firm’s offices.
A&L Goodbody announces the appointment of pro bono associate, Eithne Lynch
A&L were delighted to be a lead sponsor for the annual Ibec Presidents Dinner on Thursday 20 September
A&L Goodbody and other top companies in Ireland have today launched The Leaders’ Group on Sustainability, a business coalition dedicated to addressing the most pressing sustainability priorities as well as future opportunities for Ireland.
The A&L Goodbody Writer in Residence Programme with Catherine Ann Cullen is unique in Ireland and its success has been recognised with the winning of the Best Use of Creativity in the Community category at the Business to Arts Awards ceremony in Dublin.
A&L Goodbody was a sponsor of 'Team Ireland' who participated in the 2017 AIDS/LifeCycle, in conjunction with IDA Ireland. Gina Conheady, Head of A&L Goodbody's San Francisco office took part in the cycle along with Deirdre Moran (IDA Ireland), Senan Ryan (IDA Ireland) and Chloë Ashcroft (NCC Group) who helped to raise over $15m for a very worthy cause.
The A&L Goodbody Choir took to the stage in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin on Sunday 11th December to perform at its Annual Christmas Choral concert in aid of Depaul Ireland.
Business to Arts and leading corporate law firm, A&L Goodbody, have today announced Dublin born author Catherine Ann Cullen as the 2016 Writer in Residence under the Docklands Arts Fund. Catherine will work with children at St. Joseph’s Co-Ed Primary School in East Wall to develop their creativity and literacy skills.
Women looking to re-enter the workforce after being out of work for a period of time are being mentored by employees at A&L Goodbody, as part of a partnership between the firm and Dress for Success Dublin. Dress for Success is a charity that focuses on promoting the economic independence of women by providing career development tools and a support network.
A&L Goodbody has become the first Irish law firm to be awarded the Business Working Responsibly certification (The Mark) for responsible and sustainable business practices, such as its approach to supporting the community, energy and environment management, workplace policies and its relationships with clients and suppliers.
A&L Goodbody partners with Dress for Success Dublin to Support Career Progression for Dublin Women.
Education charity Suas and leading corporate law firm A&L Goodbody celebrated three years of their partnership at special event held at A&L Goodbody's offices on Wednesday 16th of December.