The events of 2020 have led in-house experts to believe that there will be a greater push for diversity and inclusion in legal departments and their outside counsel in 2021.

While a Democratic-led Congress may provide additional inspiration for diversity and inclusion efforts, pressure from shareholders and lessons learned about working remotely during the pandemic and identifying gaps in those efforts that have been overlooked in the past will move the needle forward in 2021.

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