The jury gave the following reasons for the award:
This year’s winner shows that equality work can permeate daily and commercial work at a law firm. Through the firms work on structure, culture and balance, this year’s winner has impressed the jury. The jury was impressed by the firm’s ambitious work on structure, culture and balance. This year’s Justitia Prize is awarded to Delphi.
“We are delighted and proud to have been awarded the Justitia Prize. We have shifted up a gear in our work to create a better and more equal workplace, and we see this prize as proof that we are on the right track. At the same time, both we and our sector still face many challenges in the area of equality, so we are not going to rest on our laurels. Rather this will spur us on in our further work,” says David Aversten, Managing Partner at Delphi.
In total, 15 commercial law firms participated, first answering a questionnaire about their work on equality, structure and culture. The law firms were then anonymised before a carefully selected jury of renowned and prestigious lawyers and others within the sector voted and then appointed a winner.
Read more about the Justitia Prize here: http://justitiapriset.se/om-justitiapriset/.