"Dykema believes that each of the firm's offices should have a professional workforce broadly representative of the professional workforce in the community in which it is located. A diverse workforce contributes to the quality of our work, helps us to better understand and serve our diverse clients and communities, and enriches our workday lives. Dykema also believes that it is appropriate for corporate..."
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Law Firm Diversity Database
Each law firm’s Diversity Survey responses are also published in the Law Firm Diversity Database. The database currently includes eight years of survey data and information on more than 250 law firms. Through this online tool, you can make side-by-side comparisons of diversity metrics, gauge firms’ progress over time, and measure their performance against industry-wide benchmarks. Open to participation by any law firm with offices in the United States, the Vault/MCCA Law Firm Diversity Survey has become the industry standard for tracking law firm efforts to increase diversity within the profession.
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