Good Law Project – Code of Conduct


The Good Law Project Code of Conduct is one of the ways we put Good Law Project’s values of bravery, honesty and decisiveness into practice. It’s built around the recognition that everything we do in connection with our work at Good Law Project will be, and should be, measured against the highest possible standards of ethical conduct. We set the bar that high for practical as well as aspirational reasons: our commitment to the highest standards helps us do important work, hire great people, and attract loyal supporters. Respect for our supporters, for the opportunity to do this work, and for each other is foundational to our success.

The Code of Conduct should be read by Good Law Project staff members in conjunction with the relevant HR policies, which will be hyperlinked as and when they are prepared and approved.

Who Must Follow Our Code?

We expect all of our employees, Board members and volunteers to know and follow the Code. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action.

The Code

Uphold the integrity and reputation of Good Law Project. 

Treat all people with respect and dignity and challenge any form of harassment, discrimination, intimidation, exploitation or abuse.

Contribute to building a positive, collaborative culture and a harmonious workplace based on mutual respect and understanding.

Perform duties and conduct private affairs in a manner that avoids possible conflicts of interest with the work of Good Law Project.