In this session, find out:
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- What allyship means and how powerful it can be
- How practicing allyship in your firms can build stronger, more unified, and more diverse legal practices
- Why allyship can be particularly beneficial for smaller firms without resources to establish and maintain structured diversity programs
Law firms that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion will remain competitive and achieve better outcomes. But firms often struggle to recruit, retain, and empower diverse talent. Allyship has emerged as a leading model for achieving authentic diversity and inclusion in the practice of law.
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