(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) February 28, 2011 - Looking for good counsel for your social enterprise? You have heard of superheroes and supermodels, but we bet you have not heard of Superlawyers! What is that you may wonder? A lawyer with integrity and a social mission.
Marc J. Lane, professor of Social Enterprise at Northwestern University School of Law and an expert on social enterprise and entrepreneurship speaks with GoodB’s Monika Mitchell. Says Marc: “Lawyers have a professional duty to be agents of change and to proactively empower clients to help solve social problems.”
If you were a woman in rural Benin today, you would spend 10 hours each week carrying food and water. As a Tanzania Masaai woman, you would walk up to 30 kilometers to collect water in the dry season and, of course, walk back with your liquid burden.
By, Jean-Louis Robadey, Waggener Edstrom Worldwide, Social Innovation Practice, Senior Vice President
I had the privilege of attending the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in person last week. Much has been said about this meeting already. On this blog, my colleagues Seema Bhende and Caroline Sanderson did a masterful job earlier this week analyzing the vast online conversation that CGI was able to generate, the