The Diversity Issue | July 2017

In this issue of ABA Law Practice Today:

By Marlon Lutfiyya

The impact of biases on human behavior may help explain why many large law firm diversity and inclusion programs have made little headway.

By Nicholas Gaffney

Women and minority-owned law firms provide perspective on fighting implicit and explicit bias.

Feature implicit bias
By Caroline Turner and Stewart Hirsch

The biggest culprit in the failure of law firm diversity and inclusion efforts is the one you don’t see: implicit bias.

The Practice
By Laurie Rowen and Erin Giglia

Freelance attorneys offer firms as-needed capability, but firms must use caution in managing those relationships.


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