Pogust Goodhead makes The Legal 500 Green Guide

December 1, 2023
Pogust Goodhead is a recommended firm in the Legal 500 Green Guide 2024.

We are very pleased to announce that Pogust Goodhead has been included in The Legal 500’s United Kingdom Green Guide for the second year in a row.

It is the first worldwide guide to recognise top law firms advising on issues around climate change, governance, and sustainability.

Our ethos has been green from day one. The guide states: “Pogust Goodhead was founded with the intention of challenging environmental and human rights wrongdoings by global corporations. It acts at the forefront of cutting-edge international environmental justice litigation.”

Our Mariana dam disaster case was recognised as particularly innovative and pioneering, alongside our case over the Dieselgate emissions scandal.

“We pride ourselves on being intentionally impactful. Our aim is to change the world one case at a time. We do this by using litigation to improve corporate accountability and respect for human rights.”Ana Carolina Salomão, Partner and Chief Investment Officer

We are extremely proud to have been recognised in our fight for those affected by environmental disasters.

“A huge congratulations from all of us here at The Legal 500. Pogust Goodhead has a wide range of experience across environment and international human rights law. Team members work relentlessly on cases around the globe relating to environmental damage and abuses by multinational corporations. This is a fantastic achievement and testament to the work you have conducted in the last 12 months.” – The Legal 500

Read the guide here.

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