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(From left to right) Joe West, partner and chief diversity and inclusion officer at Duane Morris; Ann Kappler, senior vice president, deputy general counsel and head of external affairs at Prudential Financial; Simon Des-Etages, deputy general counsel, global retail banking and wealth management at HSBC; Tami Collingwood, attorney in the U.S. Commercial Enterprise of Microsoft Corp.; and Andy Yoo, vice president and associate general counsel at Pearson. Photo by Dan Clark/ALM (From left to right) Joe West, partner and chief diversity and inclusion officer at Duane Morris; Ann Kappler, senior vice president, deputy general counsel and head of external affairs at Prudential Financial; Simon Des-Etages, deputy general counsel, global retail banking and wealth management at HSBC; Tami Collingwood, attorney in the U.S. Commercial Enterprise of Microsoft Corp.; and Andy Yoo, vice president and associate general counsel at Pearson. Photo by Dan Clark/ALM

Everyone can do better when it comes to diversity and inclusion, a panel of in-house attorneys said at the 2019 Legalweek on Wednesday at the Midtown Hilton in Manhattan.

The diversity and inclusion panel was moderated by Joe West, a partner and chief diversity and inclusion officer at Duane Morris. The panel was made up of Tami Collingwood, an attorney in the U.S. Commercial Enterprise of Microsoft Corp.; Simon Des-Etages, the deputy general counsel, global retail banking and wealth management at HSBC; Ann Kappler, a senior vice president, deputy general counsel and head of external affairs at Prudential Financial; and Andy Yoo, the vice president and associate general counsel at Pearson.

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