Numerous stellar individuals have soared to previously unforeseen heights in their profession. Often, these individuals deservedly receive praise for their accomplishments as, among others, the “first woman,” “first African-American,” or “first Asian-American” in their field to reach certain professional achievements. Now, however, the singular accomplishments of such stellar individuals no longer satisfy the legal profession’s need for diversity. To eradicate the “being first” paradigm, members of the bar and bench must embrace a culture of diversity, seeking a “diverse profession” rather than merely “diverse attorneys.”
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