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Hogan Lovells Celebrates Five Years of Citizenship With 2015 Report

The report brings together activity highlights from the creation of Hogan Lovells in 2010 through to 2015, celebrating the firms' commitment to good citizenship and corporate social responsibility.
Highlights from the last five years include:
  • Devoted 599,150 total hours worldwide to pro bono activity, assisting 5,667 pro bono clients and community organizations
  • 11,000 hours helping more than 40 children navigate the U.S. immigration system since 2012
  • $1,785,000 compensation received for survivors of gender based violence, representing 160 directly
  • 2,090 female entrepreneurs received microloans
  • 546 pupils participated in our unique debating skills program in the last 3 years
  • 16,511 children screened for acute malnutrition and 181 community health workers trained on maternal health and nutrition through a three-year partnership with Action Against Hunger
  • Over $195,000 invested in 2,250 entrepreneurs across 11 developing countries over a two-year partnership with Lendwithcare, creating 105 jobs in local communities and benefitting 1,665 family members
  • $2,118,530 funds raised through matched giving globally and locally
  • Six resource-efficient, LEED-certified (or soon-to-be-certified) offices in the U.S. and 18,000 sheets of paper saved in London every year since defaulting to double-sided printing

All regions in which Hogan Lovells operates support five Citizenship streams: pro bono, diversity, community investment, Touch (matched charitable giving), and sustainability.

Two ground-breaking initiatives were launched globally in 2015: the Global Citizenship Policy, asking every member of the firm (lawyer and non-lawyer) to devote at least 25 hours of their work time to Citizenship activities each year; and the Empowering Girls and Women Initiative – a commitment to empower, educate, protect, and advance the right of girls and women around the world.