Joanna Kennedy#2442

Joanna Kennedy

Joanna was a litigation lawyer in private practice for 30 years . She was a partner and head of litigation in the Holborn firm Collyer Bristow until 2008 when she joined Z2K. For the last 4 years she has been CEO of Z2K , a charity which advises and provides representation for those on low incomes in London who face debt with essential household expenditure or who wish to challenge injustice and inefficiency in the welfare benefit system. Since October 2011, Z2K has been running a helpline and casework project providing advice and support to citizens of Westminster affected by the housing benefit caps . As a result Joanna has extensive experience of the impact of the reforms to housing benefit policy. She utilises her skills and wealth of experience to give back to the community through her work at Z2K.
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Corporate social responsibility—CSR—regulatory requirements
Corporate social responsibility—CSR—regulatory requirements
Practice notes

This Practice Note considers regulatory requirements relating to corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Finding pro bono opportunities
Finding pro bono opportunities
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides information about different ways of identifying sources of pro bono work along with illustrative examples of pro bono projects that have been carried out by law firms.

Formulating your firm's approach to corporate social responsibility—CSR—larger firms
Formulating your firm's approach to corporate social responsibility—CSR—larger firms
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides information for larger firms on formulating a corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy and drafting and implementing a CSR policy. It reviews key issues to consider and highlights tools that could be of assistance.

Formulating your firm's approach to corporate social responsibility—CSR—small and medium firms
Formulating your firm's approach to corporate social responsibility—CSR—small and medium firms
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides information for small and medium-sized firms on formulating an approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and drafting and implementing a CSR policy. It reviews key issues to consider and highlights tools that could be of assistance.

Formulating your firm's approach to pro bono
Formulating your firm's approach to pro bono
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides information about formulating your firm’s approach to pro bono and why your pro bono strategy should derive from, and be closely aligned with, your firm’s overall strategic plans for the business. It also highlights key information to include in a pro bono policy.

What is pro bono?
What is pro bono?
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides information about what pro bono is, and the reasons why law firms may choose to undertake some form of pro bono work.

Corporate social responsibility—CSR—policy for larger firms
Corporate social responsibility—CSR—policy for larger firms
Precedents

This Precedent corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy can be used by larger firms as a framework for setting out their approach to CSR and the arrangements they have in place.

Corporate social responsibility—CSR—policy for small to medium firms
Corporate social responsibility—CSR—policy for small to medium firms
Precedents

This Precedent corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy can be used by small to medium-sized firms as a framework to set out their CSR principles and goals and the arrangements they have in place.

Pro bono policy
Pro bono policy
Precedents

This Precedent Pro bono policy can be used by a law firm as a framework for setting out its approach to pro bono work.

Pro bono program—staff survey
Pro bono program—staff survey
Precedents

This Precedent survey can be used to gather feedback from staff about their views on the firm’s pro bono program and any pro bono cases or projects they have been personally involved with.

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