Law Practice Magazine
Diversity is everywhere, and unavoidable, in our culture. So who will teach us how to thrive by embracing it in our law firms? Enter the inclusive leader.
Here’s how a new brand of professionals is helping the legal profession look more like client organizations and the talent pool—and the larger world.
Corporate counsel Stephen T. Gannon, Marc E. Manly and Janice Innis-Thompson join managing partners Robert M. Granatstein, David P. Hackett and Gary D. LeClair to discuss their firms’ progress in advancing diversity.
The ABA LPM Section’s Standing Committee on Diversity addresses firm management’s role.
Clients are demanding greater diversity, minority associate attrition rates are climbing, and fewer minorities are entering law school. Some say dramatic change is needed, and Colorado’s legal community is taking up the challenge.
Despite the activity and publicity centered on diversity, the participation of minorities in the senior levels of law firms still lags. All the while, firms keep going to extreme efforts to show the investment they have in structured diversity programs. Why the difference between efforts and results?
Noteworthy products from ABA TECHSHOW® expo aisles.
Here’s what you need to know to add some color and variety to your slides with clip art and photos.
Electronic bank records, wiretaps, MySpace pages—how technology was at the core of Eliot Spitzer’s fall.
Issues to consider in getting paid for offshore work.
Efforts to build a diverse law firm can offer distinct advantages in attracting and retaining clients.
Tips to ensure you are attracting—not repelling—the people you want.
With all the external pressure to look good publicly, one might ask privately if we are really doing the right kinds of things.