Crediting a diversity scholarship that once provided his own pathway into the firm, Archer & Greiner’s newly named chief diversity officer put his charge in no uncertain terms: “I have a moral obligation to do this.”

Archer, with its managing partner’s vow to “do whatever it takes” to promote diversity and inclusion at the New Jersey-based firm, named partner Lloyd Freeman on Tuesday to take the lead on those efforts.

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