Total Credits: 1 including 1 Elimination of Bias
During the past 3-4 decades, achieving diversity in the legal profession has been the goal of many within, as well as outside, of the profession. If you google the terms “diversity” and “legal profession,” there are over a million and half results. Many of them describe the efforts of the American Bar Association (ABA), numerous state and local bar associations, law firms, corporate legal departments, law schools, court systems and others to increase the number of minority and women attorneys.
This article and the associated quiz detail how "Pipeline" programs, designed to reach out to minorities early and throughout their educations, can help increase diversity in the legal profession.
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Roy Ginsburg is an attorney in Minneapolis, Minnesota with more than 35 years of experience practicing with large and small law firms, as well as serving as in-house counsel.
For the past 15 years, Roy has also been a coach/consultant for individual attorneys and law firms in the areas of business development, practice management, and strategic and succession planning. In addition, he helps solo practitioners and small law firm owners sell their practices when approaching retirement.
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