Tag:diversity

Politics Play a Role in Judicial Diversity, Panel Says

A panel of speakers hosted by the ABA discussed the history, hurdles and current state of diversity on the bench.

ABA Legal Industry Profile Spotlights Diversity on Federal Bench

The report spotlighted diversity on the federal bench, which still has a long way to go, but is becoming more representative of the U.S.

Arbitrators Group Launches Program to Increase Diversity in Field

The College of Commercial Arbitrators has opened registration for a new mentorship program focused on diversity.

Survey Finds Public Supports Diversity and Reforms to the U.S. Supreme Court

A recent study found that most American voters think a diverse U.S. Supreme Court is important and support court reforms like term limits.

Judge Gary Jackson Inducted Into the Blacks in Colorado Hall of Fame After a 51-Year Pioneering Career

Judge Gary Jackson was inducted this month into the Blacks in Colorado Hall of Fame for a career where he advocated for diversity in the bar.

EEOC Hosts Roundtable on Racial Equity in Hiring

The EEOC and OFCCP kicked off a diversity in hiring initiative on Wednesday with a roundtable on racial equity and the workplace.

IAALS Path to Justice Summit: “Identifying Barriers to Equity in the Justice System”

The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System hosted the first of two webinars, "Identifying Barriers to Equity in the Justice System” as part of their Paths to Justice Summit Series on Dec. 15.

CLI Supports Diverse Students in Resume Collect, Offering Space to Show Themselves

Denver’s CLI collected resumes from diverse law school students around America, offering options to tell their story and showing a willingness to come to Colorado.