Compiled for the LCLD Board of Directors every Wednesday, this digest is designed to brief you on the latest headlines about LCLD Members and organizations, as well as thought-provoking articles on diversity in the legal profession, talent development, mentoring, and leadership. Past issues of the Digest are also archived on the LCLD web site.
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Chief Learning Officer, 1/4/17
Designed to encourage high potential women in their personal and professional goals, LCLD Member corporation IBM’s Building Relationships and Influence program has led to a 20 percent increase in the number of women in executive roles.
Business Wire, 1/6/17
To reach a greater number of diverse law students, LCLD Member firm Goodwin Procter LLP has expanded its 1L Diversity Fellowship Program and added a program for 2Ls.
ABA Journal, 1/4/17
Minimal increases in the percentage of diverse partners “underscore that retention and promotion remain the primary challenges” for law firms, says NALP Executive Director James Leipold.
The New York Times, 1/11/17
Johns Hopkins doctors are using structured decision-making principles to counteract biases after studies showed that implicit bias led to different (and sometimes harmful) treatment of female patients.
The National Law Journal, 1/5/17
Students at 80 American law schools performed $52 million worth of pro bono work in 2016, according to the Association of American Law Schools.