Can the 'Me Too' Movement Jump-Start Diversity Initiatives in Legal Organizations?
In a cultural moment where women and people of color are calling attention to broad structural inequities creating harassment and wage gaps, the legal industry is finding its footing.
The national conversation on diversity and equity in the job market grew some major legs in 2017. Between increasing pressure to ensure equal job pay for women and people of color and the growing “Me Too” movement drawn from high-profile allegations of sexual harassment in the technology and media industries, the United States is seeing a particular renaissance around its diversity efforts.
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