Minority GCs Want More Diversity From Outside Counsel

, Corporate Counsel


At a Minority Corporate Counsel Association conference in Washington, D.C., general counsel called on outside counsel to do more to increase the number of minorities and women in their ranks.

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  • Roger Clegg, Ctr for Equal Opportunity

    It‘s illegal for law firms to hire and assign their employees on the basis of race, ethnicity, and sex. It‘s also illegal to blackmail law firms into breaking the law. Discrimination is also immoral, of course. Law firms should hire and assign their lawyers based on the merits, and tell those who would have them do otherwise to go to hell.

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