This chapter considers the consequences of addressing legal ethics through the lenses both of globalisation and of corporate responsibility. The interface between globalisation, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and legal ethics is important for a number of reasons. The chapter maps out the links; introduces some dilemmas at the intersection of legal ethics and corporate social responsibility; and provides pointers towards future efforts to integrate the two. Globalisation of communication in turn has facilitated transnational organisation of civil society groups and organisations, making it easier to scrutinize business or government practices around the world. The contemporary corporate social responsibility agenda emerged alongside the great debate of the 1990s over the nature and consequences of globalisation in all its forms. Lawyers could play a positive advocacy role in public policy processes that touch on the sphere of influence of the legal profession.