NEUPC: The Chancery Lane Project - Climate Contracting Workshop

The Chancery Lane Project workshop 26 March 2022

As part of our 2022 programme of webinars and events, we are pleased to announce our third webinar in the series The Chancery Lane Project - Climate Contracting Workshop to be held at 10:30 am on Friday 25 March with Becky Annison, Director of Engagement and Humzah Khan from TCLP via Teams. 

The 90-minute workshop will include:

  • Welcome.
  • An introduction to the TCLP and what they do. 
  • Learn why and how to use contracts to meet your climate goals. 
  • Free contract clause templates, expert guidance and case studies on how to use them relevant to the HE and Public sector. 
  • Peer to peer discussion and learning on what barriers there are to implementing climate contract clauses and how to rise to meet those challenges.
  • Q&A Session.

Further FREE support is available from The Chancery Lane Project after the workshop with 1-2-1 clinics on specific issues and all the resources and further workshops on offer for NEUPC and UKUPC members.


About The Chancery Lane Project

Who they are?

The Chancery Lane Project (TCLP) is a collaborative effort of legal professionals from around the world whose vision is a world where every contract enables solutions to climate change.

What do they do?

Together, they create new, practical contractual clauses ready to incorporate into law firm precedents and commercial agreements to deliver climate solutions.

They then work with lawyers to ensure effective and impactful implementation of the clauses, across industries, practice areas and jurisdictions.

They have launched their Net Zero Toolkit, a collection of clauses and tools which enable lawyers to align their work with a decarbonised economy, and a safe and habitable planet for us all.

Their core principles

  • Independent of any professional body or practice
  • Politically neutral
  • All our content is free to use
  • Collaboration and cross-fertilisation across sectors
  • A safe space to innovate, as drafting is unattributable to individual firms or lawyers