Beveridge & Diamond does well recruiting diverse lawyers—women and minorities comprise half of its head count—but the environmental boutique wants to do better.

Its leadership is now focusing on professional development as part of a strategy to improve retention. “We intend to take this to the next level,” managing principal Kathy Szmuszkovicz, of Washington, D.C., said.

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