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Attracting, Advancing and Retaining LGBT Lawyers
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Attracting, Advancing and Retaining LGBT Lawyers (Paperback)

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Do you understand the unique issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) lawyers within your law firm? Do you currently have policies and initiatives in place to encourage an inclusive and diverse culture? If the answer to either of these questions is no then there are a number of issues you may need to address immediately: + Are you meeting the requirements of existing and potential clients who are increasingly expecting outside counsel to be able to demonstrate inclusive workplace policies mirroring or exceeding their own? + Is a lack of initiatives and benefits for LGBT lawyers creating an adverse working environment that is affecting productivity and job satisfaction (in turn affecting retention)? + Are you attracting the best talent to your firm or is an absence of policy in this area affecting your reputation and the decisions of graduates and lateral hires? The recent Diversity and Inclusion Charter launched by the Law Society and co-signed by several leading firms in the UK is just one indication of the growing awareness in the legal community of who is and who isn't providing an inclusive and respectful working environment for LGBT lawyers.

Diversity is already high on the agenda for many law firms but Managing Partner's new report Attracting, Advancing and Retaining LGBT Lawyers is written to provide senior management, HR and Diversity professionals within law firms with a clear grasp of the unique issues facing LGBT lawyers. This report is one of the only available publications to extensively explore these issues and guide you through creating policies and initiatives that will deliver tangible benefits for employees and your firm. Topics covered: + The tangible benefits to encouraging diversity; + Recruiting LGBT lawyers - how to find LGBT law students and lateral candidates; + Strategies for improving diversity policies and procedures; + What LGBT law students and lateral candidates look for; + Updating equal employment opportunity, healthcare and other benefits policies, and offering diversity training; + Establishing diversity committees and affinity groups; + Pro-bono partnerships with LGBT-oriented public service groups; + Establishing mentoring programmes; and, + Updating the 'little things' when examining internal policies and procedures.

Attracting, Advancing and Retaining LGBT Lawyers is written to provide you with proven tools and strategies to ensure your firm not only fulfils its ethical responsibilities, but also benefits from the value that a diverse and inclusive culture brings to your firm and your clients.

LawJurisprudence & general issuesLegal profession: generalLawJurisprudence & general issuesLegal skills & practice Publisher: Ark Group Publication Date: 25/08/2009 ISBN-13: 9781906355661  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Lisa A. Linsky, Esq. is a partner in the New York Trial Department of McDermott Will & Emery LLP, with a practice focused on complex litigation, mass and toxic tort, business investigations, trials and civil rights. Ms. Linsky is also McDermott's first partner-in-charge of firm-wide diversity and the chair of McDermott's firm-wide LGBT Diversity Committee. In 2007, Ms. Linsky was appointed to the Board of Directors of Lambda Legal, and currently serves as board secretary. Ms. Linsky is a sought-after public speaker who presents nationally on a range of topics including law firm diversity and pro bono initiatives. In 2009, Ms. Linsky was named a 'Mover & Shaker' by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association for her contributions to diversity within the legal profession. She is also a 2009 recipient of the 'Safe Haven' Award, presented to her by Immigration Equality for her work on behalf of LGBT asylum-seekers. Ms. Linsky is a former career prosecutor who specialised in the investigation and trials of crimes involving child abuse, domestic violence, sex crimes and homicides. Amy S. Beard, Esq. is an associate in the New York Trial Department of McDermott Will & Emery LLP. In addition to her commercial civil litigation work, Ms. Beard has an active pro bono practice focused on immigration issues, primarily asylum cases, and LGBT civil rights. Ms. Beard is a 2009 recipient of Immigration Equality's 'Safe Haven Award', presented for her work on behalf of LGBT asylum-seekers. Ms. Beard is a 2007 graduate of the New York University School of Law, where she served as the Moot Court Board casebook editor and was a member of the Trial Advocacy Society. Ms. Beard is a member of the Order of the Barrister and of the academic honour societies Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Alpha Theta. She received her BA summa cum laude, with High Honors in her major, from Clark University.

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