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Apr. 10, 2024

Law firms are ‘rethinking and retooling’ approach to DEI

Adverse legal opinions have forced attorneys to change their approach to diversity efforts within law firms and in the advice they give clients.

Law firms aren’t retreating from the DEI space but are using different language to describe initiatives, and setting different parameters for their success, in the wake of anti-affirmative action litigation and a shift in the political environment, a leading practitioner says.

They are also tapping into a desire from corporate clients to adapt their DEI initiatives to withstand the changing legal landscape.


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