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By Jen Rubin and Narges Kakalia | August 31, 2023
Corporate counsel are well positioned to play a key role in focusing their companies on the case for DEI, whether premised on fundamental fairness, correcting for historical underrepresentation, or aligning with the shareholder goal of profitability.
7 minute read
By Lin Cherry and Alyssa Levy | August 24, 2023
Alyssa Levy, a first-year corporate associate with Sidley Austin talks to Lin Cherry, Chief Talent Experience Officer at the technology services company, Wizeline, on why it's important for organizations to advance DE&I as well as some small but powerful steps any organization can take.
8 minute read
By Colleen Murphy | August 18, 2023
"Jurors of color, particularly Black and Native jurors, remain underrepresented in jury pools throughout the state, and continue to face greater barriers to jury service," Frank Thomas, a senior court program analyst for the Washington State Minority and Justice Commission, said.
3 minute read
By Marianna Wharry | August 16, 2023
The suspension of the bill came as the state's public schools started Aug. 16, and the court's decision will allow school districts to continue to choose how to organize their bathrooms and changing facilities. Nye acknowledged that the issues in the case are "'complex' and 'weighty,'" but ultimately asked "what is the status quo that must be preserved pending resolution of Plaintiffs' PI Motion?"
4 minute read
By Allison Dunn | August 15, 2023
The plaintiff, John Doe, a data analyst at Catholic Relief Services, sued his employer after CRS abruptly terminated his legal spouse's health benefits after more than a year of coverage when the organization discovered the couple's homosexual marriage.
7 minute read
By Alaina Lancaster | Zack Needles | August 11, 2023
In this week's episode, Elizabeth Manno, partner at Venable and co-chair of the National Association of Women Lawyers research committee, discusses some of the issues attorneys have pointed to that could explain the steady and significant attrition of women from law firms relative to the number of women entering the profession as associates.
1 minute read
By Ross Todd | August 3, 2023
The five newly-minted partners in Second Hundred firms who participated in Law.com's "How I Made It" series this past year illustrate the growing number of pathways to a successful litigation practice.
6 minute read
By Amanda O'Brien | August 1, 2023
As the first female chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, Willig helped transform the organization by pushing women into committee chair roles. And union-side labor and employment firm Willig, Williams & Davidson was a trailblazer in offering paid maternity leave in the 1980s.
7 minute read
By Andrew Maloney | August 1, 2023
For the firms on this year's A-List ranking of the most well-rounded members of the Am Law 200, one key to success is embracing change.
7 minute read
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