Insight on Diversity

Contributing to Diversity, Inclusion as a Young Attorney

, The Legal Intelligencer


It is now commonplace for law firms to have instituted policies or practices designed to address diversity and inclusion issues. Whether through a firmwide diversity committee, a designated diversity officer, a formal diversity policy or all of the above, you will likely find some structure in place that addresses diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Indeed, the existence of this structure can be a compelling factor in a young attorney's decision to join a particular law firm.

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