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New Tool Strives To Help Legal Teams Push Diversity Goals

Law360, Las Vegas (May 15, 2019, 10:41 PM EDT) -- A group of legal department decision makers from Baker McKenzie and companies like Starbucks and Northwestern Mutual on Wednesday introduced a guide to help legal teams track the evolution and maturity of their diversity and inclusion programs.

At a session on the second day of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium's annual conference in Las Vegas, the four-person panel delivered on a promise made a year ago by sharing its new resource — the Diversity & Inclusion Maturity Model Index — to serve as a guide for the industry in tackling and improving programs with standardized criteria.

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