Inclusion at Work is looking for new contributors! If you have a fresh, analytical perspective on diversity and inclusion in the legal profession, consider sharing your ideas on our blog.
IAW is dedicated to critically examining diversity and inclusion issues in law, and to the institutional and societal problems that inform the legal diversity problem. As such, it is not just about the legal profession, but also about social justice in the world at large. Anyone (not just lawyers!) with a stake in these issues is encouraged to contribute.
IAW arose out of the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession, a nonprofit organization that seeks to study, understand, and address the legal profession’s diversity and inclusion problem.
You can pitch ideas for single posts or a series. Guest writers can also consider becoming regular IAW contributors. IILP will support contributors in editing their pieces. Posts should be 350-600 words in length. Text, and links to sources, should be emailed in word document format to Takeia Johnson and the IILP program associate Michelle Shang at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contributors should also send a 150 word bio, headshot, and links to preferred social media pages.