The Exclusionary Practice of Law

Why the legal profession fails at diversity and inclusion.

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“Our criminal justice system needs reforming and the perfect person for the job may have dreadlocks. Meanwhile, you, an attorney, have encouraged them to cut their pride and dignity off so they can ‘fit in.’” @jastalkslaw (Attorney Jas, Twitter)

“The profession hasn’t become less prestigious, it was built in a nation that was never tolerant of difference or used to having to share what historically provided the comfort and safety of intellectual and socioeconomic elitism.”

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