Despite the laudable efforts of workplace affinity groups and D&I caucuses at moving the needle on workforce equality, the business imperative for establishing a truly collaborative approach to diverse representation remains a key priority for today’s senior executives. Indeed, in an era of deep social division and heightened visibility around harassment, intolerance and hate, some of the legal profession’s most progressive leaders are investing heavily in the cultural well-being of their respective organizations, no matter how simple or gargantuan the task. This March, the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute proudly presents an interactive caucus on cultural inclusion and diverse representation within the US legal community.
Rather than view diversity as a constellation of discrete, if largely homogeneous, social silos, this landmark summit considers diverse representation as a cohesive and multifaceted construct stretching across physical, ideological, and (in)visible lines. D&I professionals, in-house counsel and law firm peers are invited to work together through a series of focused round tables designed to provide digestible–and practical–solutions for immediate adoption.
Attendees are expected to share real-world examples of challenges and breakthroughs experienced throughout their career(s).
Online registration now available!