2010 Diversity ROundtable Resource List2010 DIVERSITY ROUNDTABLE RESOURCE LIST

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The Call to Action

Call to Action, Commitment Statement

Call to Action, “Post Summit Whitepaper” 

ABA Presidential Initiative Commission on Diversity, “Diversity in the Legal Profession: The Next Steps”

Sandra Giannone Ezell and Andrea L. Moody“A Close Up Look at Steelcase Inc.’s Commitment to Diversity”

Arin Reeves, “Diversity in Practice: The Business Case,” The Chicago Lawyer, (October 2, 2009)

Managing Diveristy in Law Firms

Minority Corporate Counsel Association,“A Set Of Recommended Practices for Law Firms” (Creating Pathways to Diversity® Series)

Minority Corporate Counsel Association,“Sustaining Pathways To Diversity: The Next Steps in Understanding and Increasing Diversity & Inclusion in Large Law Firms”

Minority Corporate Counsel Association, “The Myth of the Meritocracy: A Report on the Bridges and Barriers to Success in Large Law Firms”  (Creating Pathways to Diversity® Series)

Minority Corporate Counsel Association, “Mentoring Across Differences: A Guide to Cross-Gender and Cross-Race Mentoring”

Minority Corporate Counsel Association, “Metrics for Success: Measurement in Diversity Initiatives” 

National Association of Law Placement, “2009 Diversity Best Practices Guide”

Warner Norcross & Judd, Diversity and Inclusion Annual Reports 

Managing Diversity in In-House Legal Departments

Minority Corporate Counsel Association, “Career Advancement in Corporate Law Departments” 

Minority Corporate Counsel Association,“A Study of Law Department Best Practices” 

Sandra Giannone Ezell and Andrea L. Moody A Close Up Look at Steelcase Inc.’s Commitment to Diversity”  

Flexibility in the Workplace

Project for Attorney Retention, Diversity and Flexibility Connection: Best Practices” 

Project for Attorney Retention, “Fair Measure – Attorney Evaluations:  A Powerful Retention Tool”

Project for Attorney Retention, “Reduced Hours, Full Success: Part-Time Lawyers in U.S. Law Firms”

Project for Attorney Retention, “Usability Test - Does Your Part-Time Program Work?”

Attorneys of Color

National Association of Law Placement, “Women and Minorities in Law Firms by Race and Ethnicity”

Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, “Creating Pathways to Success for All: Advancing and Retaining Women of Color in Today’s Law Firms”

ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, “From Visible Invisibility to Visibly Successful – Success Strategies for Law Firms and Women of Color in Law Firms,”

Women Attorneys

National Association of Law Placement, “Women and Minorities in Law Firms by Race and Ethnicity”

National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL), “Actions for Advancing Women into Law Firm Leadership”

National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL), “Report of the Fourth Annual National Survey on Retention and Promotion of Women in Law Firms”

New York City Bar Association Committee on Women in the Profession, “The Cheat Sheet”

Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, “Creating Pathways to Success: Advancing and Retaining Women in Today’s Law Firms”

Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, “Creating Pathways to Success for All: Advancing and Retaining Women of Color in Today’s Law Firms”

GLBT

Minority Corporate Counsel Association, “Perspectives from the Invisible Bar: Gays and Lesbians in the Profession” 

Attorneys with Disabilities

Veta T. Richardson, “An Examination of the Professional Experiences and Challenges Faced by Attorneys with Disabilities Who Work at Large Law Firms”

Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, “Creating Pathways to Success for All: Advancing and Retaining Women of Color in Today’s Law Firms”

White Men and Diversity

Bill Proudman, “White Men and Diversity: An Oxymoron?”

Bill Proudman, “Examining and Understanding American White Male Culture”

Bill Proudman, What White Men Often Don't Get and What White Women and People of Color Often Don't Understand”

Bill Proudman, “What White Men, White Women, and People of Color Can Do to Make a Real Difference in Their Workplace Diversity Partnerships”

Bill Proudman, “What's It Gonna Take: Critical Skills for Courageous White Male Leaders”

Bill Proudman, “What Works and What Doesn't: Ensuring that Organizational Diversity and Inclusion Efforts Engage White Men”