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At Harrison & Held, diversity, equity, and inclusion are critically important.  We understand that different backgrounds produce unique approaches and solutions that benefit our clients in achieving their legal goals.  Additionally, we provide a flexible workplace that enables our talented attorneys to pursue their diverse personal commitments.  We believe diverse and inclusive teams create a stronger organization and produce the best results for our clients.

In cultivating an openness to different ideas and perspectives, we strive to encourage and support our attorneys in activities that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.  Achieving greater diversity, equity, and inclusion is one of our top goals.

Our strategy:

  • To focus on recruitment, retention, advancement and promotion of the best lawyers regardless of background.
  • To create an inclusive work environment that values differences and promotes respect, support and a sense of belonging for all employees and attorneys.
  • To ensure that opportunities for success and leadership are accessible to everyone.
  • To foster outreach and support to diverse clients.

For more information on our Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion initiatives, please contact any member of our steering committee:  Michael Craven, Elizabeth Garlovsky, Fran Krasnow, Rita Luce or Tiffany McKenzie.

Harrison & Held welcomes clients, attorneys, employees, and vendors of all races, genders, ages, languages, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, disabilities, sexual orientations, religious beliefs, educational and socio-economic backgrounds, and marital and family status.

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Please be advised that any response to this email does not create an attorney-client relationship and, therefore, no attorney-client privilege is attached by this communication. You should not send any confidential information to the firm until you have received a written agreement from the firm to perform legal services on your behalf. Unless you have received such a written agreement, we will not consider any correspondence you send us as confidential. Do you agree with these terms?
ACCEPT the terms or Cancel the email.

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