NJORD is socially responsible
We are members of the United Nations Global Compact and have, among other things, based NJORD's ethical guidelines on their ten principles, which are embodied in the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The ten principles include social accountability based on internationally agreed conventions on labour and human rights, the environment, and anti-corruption. In addition, we are a member of the Danish Bar and Law Society and have joined the Association of Danish Law Firms’ advokatKODEKS (“lawyer’s code”).
NJORD Law Firm, represented by Attorney and Partner Miriam Michaelsen, received the Association of Danish Law Firms’ advokatKODEKS award 2018 for its efforts against digital offences. NJORD received the award for its focused efforts to create fair solutions for its clients and for those whose voice is not being heard.
Diversity is a core value at NJORD.
We think, speak and collaborate in more than 25 languages. We see the diversity of our employees as a strength - both in terms of career, life experience, nationality, religion, and sexuality. This makes us a diverse, international and modern law firm.
We take responsibility by fighting for those whose voices are not heard.
We do this, for instance, in cases regarding digital violations. We supported the establishment of the association Digitalt Ansvar (“Digital Responsibility”) (DIGA), which we largely assist with pro bono work. The massive total effort by several parties against digital violations has created an increased awareness of the problem in society. We see a tendency towards a change in digital behaviour, increased maximum penalties for digital sexual violations, and an increased focus from the police on digital violations.
We are proud of this.
- Human Rights
Diversity is our strength.
- Social Responsibility
We invest in our employees.
- Digital Responsibility
We are serious about digital responsibility.
We have a flat organization structure.
We are CO2 conscious.
We work against money laundering and corruption.