Buliding A Better Profession: Ranking Law Firms On Diversity

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building a better legal profession is a national grassroots movement that seeks market-based workplace reforms in large private law firms. by publicizing firms’ self-reported data on billable hours, pro bono participation, and demographic diversity, we draw attention to the differences between these employers. we encourage those choosing between firms : students deciding who to work for after graduation, corporate clients deciding who to hire, and universities deciding who to allow on campus for interviews : to exercise their market power and engage only with the firms that demonstrate a genuine commitment to these issues.

Online research tool here. NYT account of the project here.

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0 Responses to Buliding A Better Profession: Ranking Law Firms On Diversity

  1. Ralph M. Stein says:

    “universities deciding who to allow on campus for interviews”

    Get into the real world! Virtually any law school would be happy to have Schlock Shyster Finagle & Gonif, LLP, on campus if it meant someone got a job!