Kelly Culhane interviewed by Senior Attorney Match: Case to Finally Diversify Law Firm Partners in the U.S.

Kelly Culhane interviewed by Senior Attorney Match: Case to Finally Diversify Law Firm Partners in the U.S.

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder Kelly Culhane participated as a co-panelist on the topic of diversifying law firms with NAMWOLF CEO Joel Stern and a few other champions of diversity in the field of law. The panel was interviewed by Jeremy Poock of Senior Attorney Match to discuss how U.S. law firms can accelerate the success of diversifying talent.

Here are a couple key clips from Kelly’s interview:

How attorneys can ask to be a bigger part of the client interface. (35:45 – 36:19)

How to accelerate growth in leadership among the diverse talent within a law firm through the client interface (1:19:29 – 1:20:30)

The complete video interview can be found here.

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