Before we welcome April, I want to highlight that May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Lawyers have […]
By: Takeia R. Johnson Mirroring American society writ large, Black women lawyers find ourselves in the most precarious […]
By: Takeia R. Johnson Imagine a world in which women are valued as leaders, fighters, lovers, and intellectuals. […]
Guest post by Sandra Yamate, CEO of Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession When I received […]
The Boston Globe recently ran a multi-part investigative series in which it set out to answer the question: […]
Intersectionality isn’t easy, but it is the future. Ultimately, organizational sustainability and growth will require leadership to change, or even discard, traditional diversity and inclusion efforts and substitute those with strategies to effectively integrate diversity, inclusion, AND intersectionality into its focus, culture, and leadership. It’s a multi-dimensional approach for a multi-dimensional profession.