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Sustainability and Content take limelight in pro bono project

27 October 2020

We are delighted that one of our Film & TV associates, Caitlin McGivern, will be taking part in an exciting pro bono workshop hosted by albert (BAFTA) to explore the role of film and television in normalising sustainable behaviours on screen, as part of The Chancery Lane Project’s (TCLP) ‘Big Hack’ on 6 November.

Participation involves joining workshops to generate and develop ideas for sustainability-focused clauses and laws, and also becoming part of a team working throughout November to draft such clauses and laws, supported by the TCLP team one-to-one and through online workshops.

The Chancery Lane Project is a collaborative, not-for-profit effort of lawyers to develop new contracts and model laws to help fight climate change.

Albert, the BAFTA led sustainability project for the film and television industry, believes that the screen industries offer a great opportunity to mobilise positive action for the planet.

You can find out more about The Chancery Lane Project here and albert here.

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