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Timothy Overton Timothy Overton of Dickinson Wright speaks during a workshopping session on “Tech Meets Law: Diversifying Representation” during the National Bar Association’s 94th Annual Convention at the Sheraton Hotel in New York City on July 23, 2019. He was joined by Julie Wenah, counsel, community operations at Airbnb, and Colette D. Honorable, a partner at Reed Smith. (Photo by David Handschuh/ALM)

A panel hosted by online hospitality service Airbnb and the National Bar Association, the nation’s oldest and largest national network of African American attorneys, on Tuesday said tech firms and other big employers are taking steps to require outside law firms to be more diverse and inclusive, but more needs to be done.

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