Duane Morris is requiring personnel to undergo implicit bias training this summer for the first time in six years and this time around, firm leaders are mandating that all lawyers and staff participate.
Previously in 2016, such training sessions were limited to a handful of domestic office leaders, said chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer Joe West. But pursuant to the firm’s strategy to be the “law firm of choice for diverse talent and for clients for whom diversity is an important metric,” West said the firm’s top leaders have backed the latest reboot.
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