'Money Talks': Breaking Barriers For Female Attys Of Color

Law360 (July 30, 2020, 7:35 PM EDT) -- Female attorneys of color who spoke on a virtual panel at the American Bar Association's annual meeting Thursday want law firms to know that the best way to promote diversity and inclusion among their ranks is to put their money where their mouth is.

Former U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador Mari Carmen Aponte shared a story about her first appearance in court as a young attorney.

Speakers on an American Bar Association panel Thursday titled "The Paucity of Women of Color in the Legal Profession and Its Impact on the Administration of Justice" included (clockwise, top row from left) Dorothy Capers, general counsel...

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