The Chubb Rule of Law Fund’s purpose is to advance the rule of law worldwide by supporting projects that build and strengthen legal institutions.
Chubb is committed to the advancement and preservation of the rule of law. Through the Fund, Chubb supports organizations and activities that promote conditions conducive to the rule of law, including:
The Fund, which began in 2008 as a program for Chubb’s Legal and Compliance Group, is now a global corporate commitment, reflecting the importance of the rule of law to our company, our employees, our customers and our communities.
Recently, we joined with other multinational companies and law firms to provide important training for judges in Guatemala to help promote greater independence and integrity in the judicial process.
A key area of focus for the Chubb Rule of Law Fund is ensuring that young people facing extended incarceration have adequate access to justice; we’re especially proud to support the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia, whose mission is to advocate for rights, dignity, equity and opportunity for youth in the child welfare and justice systems.
For the past 10 years, the Chubb Rule of Law Fund has been focused on building and strengthening the legal institutions that make societies prosperous and fair.
Chubb has been recognized by the United Nations Global Compact, the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the world. The Global Compact identified Chubb as the only global corporation with its own Rule of Law Fund, and has showcased the Fund at numerous UN-sponsored events.
The Financial Times has awarded the Chubb Rule of Law Fund with the Innovation in the Rule of Law and Access to Justice Award.
The Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice honored the Chubb Rule of Law Fund with an Award for International Pro Bono Excellence at the New York City Bar Association.
The Chubb Rule of Law Fund is supported by the Chubb Charitable Foundation and the generous support of our partner law firms.