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Clifford Chance

Clifford Chance


Inclusion & diversity

At Clifford Chance we believe everyone is entitled to the same equality of opportunity and experience. Each of us can face a range of personal, work and societal pressures that can impact our mental health and well being. 

We realise that working in a law firm can be a pressurized and demanding environment. Our wellbeing agenda aims to ensure our people are able to recognise and appreciate the importance of maintaining good mental health and in building their resilience and ability to operate healthily and successfully. Promoting a healthy lifestyle is another focus. We support our people in making healthier choices and encourage them to view exercise as social activity.

Clifford Chance achieves Bronze at MIND’s Workplace Wellbeing Awards

London, UK

Clifford Chance has been recognised at an awards ceremony in the UK for its commitment to workplace wellbeing.

As one of 106 organisations to take part in UK charity MIND's second annual Workplace Wellbeing Index, Clifford Chance was recognised with a Bronze Award, meaning they are committed to achieving change within their workplace.

Work-life balance


As part of our commitment to wellbeing, our Germany offices have partnered with external auditors berufundfamilie ('work and family') Service GmbH to look closely at the work-life balance of our people.

By focusing on specific topics including time spent working, organisation of work, place of work, information and communication, leadership, development, remuneration and support for families, we gained a comprehensive understanding of the impact of our working culture, and the areas in which we could improve.

Read our report


Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney

A group of colleagues from our Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney offices raised over US$28,000 (in local currencies) in November after ditching the razor in the name of Movember.

The annual event, which runs throughout November, sees men grow moustaches to help raise awareness of male health issues like prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide.

The Hong Kong and Singapore offices will use the funds they raised to support the Hong Kong Cancer Fund and the Singapore Cancer Society respectively, while in Australia, the money raised will be used to support projects funded by the Movember Foundation or through the charity's men's health partners.