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Corporate Social Responsibility

At Rosenblatt we set high standards in everything we do. Fairness and honesty have always been our guiding principles, values that shape our day-to-day relationships with our clients, colleagues and suppliers, and with the broader community.

Rosenblatt’s sense of corporate social responsibility finds concrete expression in initiatives such as the sponsorship of young musical talent, support for concerts and opera, and a variety of other charitable activities.

In the field of music, the Rosenblatt Recital Series, established in 2000, provides a showcase for outstanding young classical singers in the context of London’s only world-class series of opera recitals. Rosenblatt further fosters exceptional vocal talent by providing bursaries for students at the Wales International Academy of Voice at the University of Wales, and by awarding the Ian Rosenblatt Bursary at the Wexford Festival in Ireland.

The firm is also the patron of the Branscombe Festival in Devon, which was launched in 2013, while Ian Rosenblatt is a supporter of Grange Park Opera, Buxton Festival and the Royal Opera House.

In other areas of charity, the firm has established links with the RNIB, UK Sepsis Trust, RNLI, Community Security Trust, Norwood, Myisrael and the Wiener Library.

The firm also encourages its staff to engage in charitable activities such as Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day, and regularly matches donations raised by staff through sponsored challenges and events.

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Rosenblatt is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA No. 00070109). The registered address and principal place of business is 9-13 St. Andrew Street, London EC4A 3AF.
You can access the rules by which we are regulated by following this link - www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/code-of-conduct.page. Rosenblatt is registered for Value Added Tax in the United Kingdom under registration number GB 523 0713 85.
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