In conjunction with Citizens Bank and Bernero & Press, DOAR is pleased to host a breakfast to consider the issues of diversity and inclusion in law and legal services. In facilitating a gathering of senior legal leadership across the full spectrum of sector participants, we seek to foster and promote a sharing of practical thought leadership and helpful networking.
Attendees will include senior management of law firms and corporations, and other industry participants – coming together in a format designed to encourage idea generation and problem-solving through relaxed dialogue and sharing. New, groundbreaking research will also be shared concerning the implications of gender and implicit bias in litigation specifically, which should be of interest to both corporate clients and their legal advisers alike.
|Is Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) a business issue, a cultural issue or a personal issue – or all the above?|
|Is D&I good for business?|
|How do organizations move beyond tokenism? Which works best – sanction or incentive?|
|Does D&I need to be more data and rule-driven like Compliance? If so, how?|
|What is the role of corporate clients in driving change?|
|What can law firms do – and is the expectation reasonable or unrealistic?|
|What goals should we be setting for measuring improvement?|
|1370 Broadway, 15th Floor|
|New York, NY 10018|
|Date:||May 20, 2016 (7:45AM – 10:30AM)|
For more information, call (212) 235-2732 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.