Bradley was presented with the award at the 2022 NBA Law Day Lunch on May 6. The Diversity Recognition Awards recognize legal departments, firms, and businesses that have demonstrated outstanding leadership to promote diversity and inclusion through education, innovation, collaboration, development and mentorship programs within their own organizations. The NBA’s Diversity Committee is responsible for determining which level of recognition (Gold, Silver or Bronze) the nominees qualify for based on their submission.
“We are proud of this recognition by the Nashville Bar Association and the emphasis they place on diversity and inclusion, which are among our firm’s core values,” said Partner and Director of Inclusion and Diversity George Medlock. “We continuously strive to have a positive impact in our communities and believe that our focus on pursuing a more diverse and engaged workplace is a vital part of our success.”
Bradley’s Inclusion & Diversity Committee
Bradley’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee works to shape diversity efforts both inside and outside of the firm through meetings, firm initiatives, training sessions, discussion groups, and more. The firm places a strategic emphasis on employing attorneys from a variety of backgrounds and leveraging a wide range of perspectives that achieve the results expected and demanded. The committee and the firm are committed to supporting opportunities and platforms for discussion, reflection and growth while pursuing a more diverse and engaged work environment.