Diversity in Action: A Manual for Diversity Professionals in Law
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Diversity in Action: A Manual for Diversity Professionals in Law is designed as a resource and educational tool for those performing diversity roles in law firms and corporate legal departments. It is a step by step guide to developing, implementing, and managing the functions of diversity and inclusion in an institutional setting. With this manual, you will be able to evaluate and effectively support the way your organization approaches diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Divided into nineteen chapters, this comprehensive guide includes:
• Creating strategic alliances;
• Developing and measuring effectiveness of programs;
• Establishing short term and long term projects for change; and
• Promoting a sustained focus on diversity and inclusion resources in your organization.
This user-friendly guide by Theresa D. Cropper and Anna L. Brown is written to assist anyone involved in diversity work. With more than 75+ years of combined experience, industry insiders provide the tools necessary for the diversity initiatives to run smoothly in your law firm or corporation.
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