May It Please The Court

MIPTC Home
MIPTC
Features
RSS Feeds
Blogrolls
Profiles
 
MIPTC Author
About J. Craig Williams
Primer
Contributors
 

Bookstore:
May It Please The Court
by Leonard Rivkin
Barnes & Noble

 
Law.com CLE
Law.com Books
 
 

Weblog Comments
Return to the Weblog

Quote of the Day - Diversity may be the hardest thing for a society to live with, and perhaps the most dangerous thing for a society to be without. - William Sloane Coffin, Jr.
Claim Your Profile on Avvo

Coast to Coast Internet Radio Discusses Diversity In The Law

Coast to Coast internet radio, with my co-host Robert Ambrogi, is back this week with a show on diversity.  Back in 1999, the Chief Legal Officers of 500 large corporations agreed to push their outside legal firms into hiring more minorities and women. Has their promise been kept? Have law firms diversified their staff?

Coast to Coast tackles this topic with two guests who give us an in-depth analysis.  We have as our first guest, Veta Richardson, the Executive Director for the Minority Corporate Counsel Association.  The MCCA was founded in 1997, and its mission is to push the expanded hiring, retention and promotion of minority attorneys.

Our second guest, Attorney Ron Jordan, the founding Principal of Carter-White & Shaw. Ron has more than thirteen years of experience in attorney placement and law firm mergers and acquisitions. During his career, he has successfully placed many law firm partners and facilitated mergers with major law firms.  You won't want to miss these experts.

Posted by J. Craig Williams on Thursday, February 09, 2006 at 10:11 Comments (0)


Comments

No comments added yet. Be the first to comment on this entry!
Add your Comments
You may also leave audio comments by calling our audio comment line at 206-338-3088. Leave us a message and we'll post it here.

Please do not include any HTML or URLs in the comment field. If included, your comment will not be accepted.
*Indicates required fields
Name*:
Country*:
E-mail:
Comments*:
Character Count: