Do you feel equipped to position yourself as a wise advisor by weaving the soft law of business and human rights into the advice you provide?

Do you know how to use human rights provisions effectively in your contracts to protect your clients from involvement in human rights violations?

Do you know how to counsel your clients on appropriate steps to take to avoid violating human rights-related laws and the soft law of business and human rights?

Do you know how to assist your clients navigate the increase in human rights-related disclosure, including the Modern Slavery Act?

Triponel Consulting works with lawyers to equip them to become legal advisors of the 21st century, who understand how human rights connect to their day-to-day legal practice and how they can strengthen their advice accordingly.

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