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MCCA’s Statement on Vernon Jordan’s Passing

MCCA’s Statement on Vernon Jordan’s Passing

Last night, our legal community lost a giant. From an early age, Vernon Jordan saw the law the way we see it at MCCA: as a vehicle for change. Mr. Jordan saw it as his lifelong responsibility to give back to the causes and organizations closest to his heart—including...

MCCA Names Three Members to its Board of Directors

MCCA Names Three Members to its Board of Directors

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) announced today the appointment of Anne E. Robinson, Managing Director, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Vanguard; Michael Tang, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Agilent Technologies,...

MCCA’s Statement on George Floyd

MCCA’s Statement on George Floyd

The recent events in our country have been disturbing and disappointing as we continue to weather the pandemic. As lawyers of leading corporations and law firms, we are often the voice of reason to ensure that rights of everyday individuals are protected and that...

MCCA Names Four Members to its Board of Directors

MCCA Names Four Members to its Board of Directors

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) announced today the appointment of Hannah Lim-Johnson, Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, Kelly Services; Amy Fliegelman Olli, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, VMware; Tom Robertson, Corporate...

MCCA Participates in the 2018 Cantor Fitzgerald Charity Day

MCCA Participates in the 2018 Cantor Fitzgerald Charity Day

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA), a national organization committed to advancing the hiring, retention and promotion of diverse lawyers in the legal profession, is honored to participate in the 2018 Cantor Fitzgerald Charity Day. Esteemed journalist,...

New Study Finds Gender and Racial Bias Endemic in Legal Profession

New Study Finds Gender and Racial Bias Endemic in Legal Profession

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) is proud to provide first-of-its-kind survey showing that systemic bias across the legal profession presents significant barriers to gender and racial equity. The study, You Can’t Change What You Can’t See, examines...

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