To be responsible, sustainable corporate citizens we believe we need to behave ethically, foster good stakeholder relations, be a responsible employer that gives its employees opportunities to develop, and do our part to contribute to a well functioning judicial system.
We run our business in a way that is ever more sustainable, and we encourage others to do the same. Our services help companies and organisations minimise their risks and improve their sustainability.
We offer our expertise to companies and organisations that need it, and whose business and values harmonise with ours.
One of our projects is the Diversity Project – Vinge’s own initiative to encourage more students from non Swedish backgrounds to take up a career in law. When it was launched more than a decade ago, the project was a wake up call for the entire industry.
We also supply mentors to the Mitt Liv foundation, which helps new arrivals in Sweden into the labour market.
Our latest collaboration is a sporting one – with the Swedish Olympic Committee.
The Diversity Project aims to broaden the ethnic diversity of members of the legal profession, and to capitalise on the skills and possibilities diversity can unlock.
Vinge entered into a long-term co-operation in 2016 with the Swedish Olympic Committee (SOC) as the official legal adviser on business law.
Mitt Liv is a foundation that works for greater diversity and integration in the Swedish labour market. Every year it runs a course and mentoring programme for 200 people in Stockholm and Gothenburg.