Social responsibility is more than just numbers. The changes we are going through as a firm are supported by our people who, in all layers of the organisation, are committed in their own way to a better world.
To find out more about these people, their motivations and their ambitions, we conducted a series of interviews: Agents of change. In which we talk about the role of a law firm in the transition to a sustainable economy and society while walking in nature. About what drives them. About changing perspectives.
These conversations take place during a walk through nature. During the walk we talk about what change means for a law firm like NautaDutilh and how these 'Agents of change' shape this change.
Gaike Dalenoord Good chemistry
Gaike Dalenoord wants to bring clients together with government, banks, and academia to fold the chemicals industry into the energy transition. It’s going to be complicated.
Marieke Faber ESG advice in a new context
In the wake of the Dutch court’s Shell ruling, clients are reconsidering their climate commitments. Marieke Faber
helps them navigate the new challenges of ESG litigation.
Jens Mosselmans Getting technical
Jens Mosselmans works in highly opaque corners of the law to advise large industrial and energy companies amid the ever-shifting political winds of sustainability policy.
Petra Zijp Making waves
Petra Zijp made kindness and connection a priority in her years as the firm’s Managing Partner. Looking back she sees that what sometimes starts as a ripple can result in powerful waves.