Dismantling the Barriers to Racial Diversity in Law Firms
New Strategies for Long-Term Change
Despite many initiatives over the past 30 years, the number of black equity partners in the AmLaw 200 is still less than 2%.
Companies increasingly want their vendors – law firms included – to reflect their values, and firms have vowed to hire and promote more Black attorneys in 2020. But how can we ensure we achieve that goal and lay a foundation for future growth?
Take a closer look at why diversity has remained stagnant over the past 30 years for black partners and associates, and learn new, practical strategies for corporate legal departments to drive meaningful, long-term change.