Social responsibility

Giving back to society.

Social responsibility is a vast area covering many activities. The one common denominator is that they are all about, and affect people.

Our social responsibility activities are directed at people outside our own business. We support activities financially and contribute with our skills, commitment and services. Being involved and contributing is personally rewarding. Helping others has a positive effect on all of us.

Contributions that develop our society

We work pro bono for organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, 1825 and Humanium Metal by IM.

1825 is a therapy center for young adults that works to promote mental health and reduce mental illness among young adults at both societal and individual levels. 1825 has a therapy clinic where people who are in between 18 and 25 years old, and experience a need for support, can come without a medical referral. 1825 also works with knowledge development and influence so that all young adults who experience mental illness will have access to support and treatment on young terms. Delphi works pro bono for 1825 in the form of board work and in connection with all law issues related to the business.

Delphi is also a proud partner of the organization Giving People, which support children and families in need of necessities such as clothes and food. Delphi supports the organization financially and before Christmas and summer we also make some extra efforts.

Community engagement inspires and makes a significant difference

Delphi takes an active role in initiatives that increase diversity, both in the legal profession and amongst applicants for legal education. This, we believe, will contribute to a more diversified workplace in the long run.

We are involved in the network NU: Nolla Utanförskapet (No alienation), where we offer high school kids help with their studies. They are welcome to our office for assisted help with homework and preparations for exams.

Delphi is also involved in the Young Talent network. We meet students at schools in vulnerable areas and talk about the legal profession and law school. The goal is to inspire students to aim for higher education and hopefully choose legal studies.