ESG Policy

Our firm is highly sensitive to the importance of adopting sustainability policies to ensure that our actions, too, along with those of industry and other professionals, can contribute to preserving the general wellbeing of the world in which we all live. 


Studio Legale Grompe Redaelli e Associati intends to progressively implement Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) actions which will enable us to achieve concrete goals in terms of sustainability. We are aware that our firm’s actions will have to be on-going and constant, to reflect the changing needs and scenarios at any given time. 

Plan of action

Our plan of action has been developed in line with the type of business we carry on (legal consulting), our location (Milan, Italy) and the size of our firm (10-15 professionals and staff). 


We are aware that even the activity carried on by a professional firm such as ours has an impact on the environment. We have drawn up the following plan of action to combat the environmental impact resulting from the conduct of our business:

Each year our firm considers initiatives/projects in favour of protecting the environment to support, with a view to off-setting our environmental footprint to some extent.


Independently of sustainability issues, we have long considered that the wellbeing of our human resources is just as essential as adhering to the laws and regulations governing employment and employment-related matters. We have drawn up the following plan of action with respect to social impact:


In addition to strict compliance with legal obligations, our partners have always shown a transparent and ethical approach to managing the firm. We have drawn up the following plan of action with regard to governance:

Monitoring sustainability policies and updating the plan of action

Our firm is aware that the efficacy of the sustainability policies adopted needs to be regularly monitored and verified. The partners of the firm meet monthly, if not more frequently, to review the plan of action adopted and to debate sustainability issues, ensuring that the plan itself, or specific aspects of it, is updated when required and to consider scheduling independent third party audits. 

February 2024