Because gamification is frequently misunderstood, people often diminish it in conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion. An examination of gamification as a whole, however, shows how it lends itself to addressing serious issues.
Kelsi Maree Borland
Over the last decade, commercial real estate players have increasingly considered the environment and sustainability when underwriting investments and operating properties, but the pandemic has catalyzed rapid growth in ESG adoption.
Impactful Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) programs can help law firms and organizations realize stronger relationships with clients, create better outcomes and drive revenue.
While the mastery of business development fundamentals applies to all lawyers, women business developers possess unique characteristics and face unique challenges in comparison to their male counterparts.
Emily G. Coughlin
DRI is leading the way for women to take hold of leadership positions, setting the standard for other industry organizations to follow suit.
Alexandra Poe and Bryan Sillaman
Corporate ESG (environmental, social and governance) integration is becoming less optional every day, driven by increasing regulation, investor demand and the recent embrace of stakeholder capitalism.
Zach Olsen and Ken Kerrigan
As we enter 2021, we should expect the needs of business and society to continue colliding. But if law firms prepare for those collisions, they can drive better outcomes.
Dionysia Johnson-Massie and Kimberly J. Duplechain
The COVID-19 pandemic creates opportunities for the ediscovery industry, like the law and technology industries, to expand its engagement and retention of diverse talent. Here are some actions that can be taken today.
Latham & Watkins partners Michele Johnson and Jamie Wine turned the tide for the U.S. Soccer Federation in a high-profile — and highly sensitive — wage discrimination lawsuit by the U.S. Senior Women’s National Team. In this Q&A, Johnson and Wine discuss their perspective on the case
While the last decade has brought a revolution of global law firms employing thousands of attorneys and an army of professional staff — pricing executives, marketers and legal operation specialists, among many others — many professional law firm staff tell stories of a two-tiered system that minimizes their role and contributions. Observers said the caste system is a long-standing cultural mindset that stems from an age when firms were smaller and more informal, without hundreds of employees.