Minority Lawyers Group Kicks Off Leadership Diversity Effort

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association has partnered with Microsoft Corp. to launch a new data-driven initiative designed to give law firms and legal departments a road map for how to cultivate a more diverse bench of leaders, the organization said in a statement...

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2018 Vault/MCCA Law Firm Diversity Survey

The comprehensive report detailing results from the 14th edition of our Vault/MCCA Annual Law Firm Diversity Survey is now available to members. The report details the progress in diversity within law firm made over the last decade. Click here to view the...

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MCCA’s Corporate Demographic Survey

The 2017 MCCA Corporate Demographic Survey is now closed. In partnership with the NALP Foundation, the full report, Sustaining Pathways to Diversity® Comprehensive Examination of Diversity Demographics, Initiatives, and Policies in Corporate Legal Departments Survey,...

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MCCA Announces 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree

MCCA, the Minority Corporate Counsel Association, announces that David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Comcast Corporation, is the recipient of its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. The MCCA Lifetime Achievement Award is...

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MCCA Announces 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree

MCCA, the Minority Corporate Counsel Association, announces that David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Comcast Corporation, is the recipient of its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. The MCCA Lifetime Achievement Award is...

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Minority Lawyers Group Kicks Off Leadership Diversity Effort

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association has partnered with Microsoft Corp. to launch a new data-driven initiative designed to give law firms and legal departments a road map for how to cultivate a more diverse bench of leaders, the organization said in a statement...

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How Legal Departments Can Help The Top Brass Diversify

While corporate legal departments and law firms have implemented policies and provided incentives to diversify their staff, leaders need to do more, lawyers say, from taking a more active approach to inclusive hiring to taking steps to diversify their own ranks of...

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Do Black Judges Matter In the Quest for Equal Justice?

On October 2, 1967, Thurgood Marshall took his seat on the Supreme Court of the United States. Marshall was the first African-American to sit on the Court. In the fifty years since his appointment, we must ask: Do Black judges matter? In the Trump Era, they most...

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