Bradley Joins Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, Participates in 1L LCLD Scholars Program

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Bradley is pleased to announce that it has joined the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) and will participate in the LCLD Scholars Program for first-year law students.

“Bradley is proud to be a new member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity and to play an active role in challenging the legal profession to prepare future generations of diverse talent for top leadership positions,” said Bradley Director of Inclusion and Diversity George Medlock. “We believe our firm and our clients greatly benefit from our commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce.”

Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters added, “We are thrilled to partner with the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity on its mission of building a more open and diverse legal profession, both here at Bradley and throughout our industry.”

Beginning this year, Bradley will recruit diverse first-year summer associates from the LCLD Scholars Program, which is designed to strengthen the legal pipeline by expanding the number of opportunities for these students. Participating students receive valuable professional experiences and benefits from working side-by-side with LCLD members. Through the program, students will have the opportunity to participate in the LCLD 1L Scholars Annual Summit in June in Atlanta. Since it was launched in 2011, the 1L LCLD Scholars Program has put hundreds of young attorneys on a path to leadership through law school and beyond.

Founded in 2009, the LCLD has as members more than 300 corporate legal chief officers and law firm managing partners – the leadership of the profession – who participate in programs designed to attract, inspire, and nurture the talent in society and within the members’ organizations, thereby helping a new and more diverse generation of attorneys ascend to positions of leadership.

Bradley is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce and culture at the firm and engages in significant efforts in this regard. The firm’s efforts include hosting a summer intern program for minority college students and regularly organizing, hosting and participating in programs, seminars and panels aimed at increasing the participation of women and minorities in the legal profession.

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