Corporate social responsibility and good governance is important to CMN. We communicate our ethical expectations through our Code of Conduct policy, to which all staff must commit.
CMN has a Modern Slavery Risk Management plan and Modern Slavery policy and procedure.
CMN recognises that supporting our staff and providing a safe workplace is of utmost importance. We are committed to supporting our staff in various ways through social engagement and offer an Employee Assistance Program free of charge, as well as flexible working arrangements.
CMN has a strong history of commitment to access to justice and social responsibility.
This commitment has been realised through more than 10,000 legal aid and pro bono cases over the last three decades, including:
CMN and our solicitors continue to provide pro bono work across a range of legal fields through our pro bono program and policy.
CMN is also a proud member of Supply Nation.
As a professional legal services firm, we outsource services which are outside the parameters of our skillset. We value the economic, social and cultural contribution of the Aboriginal community and seek suppliers, where possible, who employ Aboriginal people and/or have a proven track record of indigenous job creation. Our procurement and employment policies and procedures encourage and support businesses owned and/or operated by Aboriginal people by ensuring easy access to expressions of interests for the supply of goods and services, use of plain English in contracts and clarity in all documentation.
In addition, our Workplace Relations Policy promotes and requires equal employment opportunities. At CMN as we practice non-discriminatory recruitment and promotion.
CMN’s Indigenous Employment Policy:
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