Corporate Social Responsibility

At SRVH, we believe law firms must take a major leadership role in cultivating, supporting, and championing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). In fact, our clients and firm members feel the same as we do about CSR and count on us to maintain an ethical stance on sustainability and social practices.

Social responsibility consciousness and the creation of tangible CSR protocols permeate our express purpose and cultural evolution. We invest our time and resources in the development and well-being of our people to foster a diverse and inclusive work environment. We strive to create a more environmentally sustainable workplace and use our skills, creativity, and influence to help solve some of the biggest challenges facing our community today through pro bono representation.

Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Committee recommends and implements strategic initiatives and programs that result in a more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and just environment where all individuals may succeed and advance.

Besides our internal CSR objectives, we are involved in various important charitable and social programs that make a difference to individuals in the communities where we live and work. We are active partners with the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and take on an outsized share of pro bono matters through the Tennessee Justice Center. Other organizations SRVH actively supports as part of the firm’s commitment to CSR include:

  • Autism Tennessee
  • Nashville CABLE
  • CASA Nashville
  • Junior League
  • Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association
  • Napier-Looby Bar Foundation
  • Nashville Bar Association Diversity Summit
  • Nashville Bar Association High School Intern Diversity Program
  • Nashville Public Education Foundation
  • Nashville Zoo
  • Park Center Nashville
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Sister Cities of Nashville
  • Tennessee Innocence Project
  • Tennessee Justice for Our Neighbors
  • Vanderbilt Friends of Children’s Hospital