The Diversity Issue | July 2016

In this issue of ABA Law Practice Today:

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By Lorne Shelson and Ian Hu

Failure to recognize cultural diversity can cause malpractice claims—but so can embracing diverse norms at the expense of maintaining ethical standards.

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By Wesley Payne

As a recent lawsuit shows, organizations seeking to improve diversity and inclusion must think broadly in creating their programs and initiatives.

Feature companies
By Sherrie Boutwell

How some of America’s largest companies support diversity in the legal profession.

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By Nicholas Gaffney

Our monthly panel takes a look at the state of diversity in the profession and how to change it.

Finance Finance
By Philip Algieri and Adam Beschloss

Don’t be fooled by a low per unit cost in document review—process effectiveness and efficiency can yield far more value than per unit cost.

New Law New Law
By Nicholas Gaffney

Cornell Law School launches an innovative program to help future tech lawyers understand the issues clients face and how to help them.

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By Tom Bolt

The ABA Law Practice Division’s vital role in promoting diversity and inclusion in the legal profession.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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