Our Founding Partner, Lindsay Healy has been writing to lawyers over the last week to raise awareness of Aria Grace Law’s ethical business model. We are getting huge feedback as people now want to move to a better and fairer model, to benefit them, to benefit society and to benefit clients. Want to see the message that he has been sharing? Take a look below:
“I am writing to leading senior lawyers to let them know of a new ethical business model that I have created, which pays lawyers 85% of billing AND gives an equal share of the profit: rewarding the people who create the value, not an executive or shareholders.
Aria Grace Law is made up of partners from top City firms such as Slaughter & May, Allen & Overy, Norton Rose and Clifford Chance and provides a full corporate and commercial legal service at a fraction of the fees of a traditional City Law firm.
However, it is how it treats and pays all its lawyers which is ground-breaking: driving diversity, flexibility, equality, equal pay, equal share of profits and also providing 5% of net profit to charity.
Aria Grace Law has received a tremendous amount of support and has grown to 24 lawyers and 90+ clients in 18 months and has even recently won, “Law Firm of the Year” in the category of Employment Law by Corporate LiveWire 2019/2010.
If you would like to find out more, please check out our website at www.aria-grace.com or please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org.”
We decided to post this message here because we want to share with everyone that it is possible to create a successful ethical business model. We have done. We are receiving an abundance of support from lawyers, clients and society as a whole for which we are so thankful.
If you’re interested in joining us as a lawyer, contact us by using the details above.
If you’re interested in creating an ethical business model in your industry, contact us and let us share with you how we did it and our vision.
Let’s make real change happen together.
Let’s create an #ethicalworld that benefits all future generations.