OFCCP Warns Law Firms To 'Get House In Order' On Diversity

Law360, New York (April 10, 2019, 9:43 PM EDT) -- Law firms need to "get their house in order" when it comes to their diversity and inclusion practices, the top official at the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs told industry stakeholders Wednesday, both to serve as a model for other businesses and to fulfill their responsibilities as federal contractors.

OFCCP Director Craig Leen's comments came at a legal industry compliance event the agency held in Manhattan. There, he cautioned that law may be among the industry sectors that will soon face increased scrutiny by the agency of their equal employment opportunity practices — particularly when it comes to promotions —...

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