It’s hard to believe fall is here on the East Coast, as it feels like I was just writing about summer, coming out of quarantine, and finding balance in our new world. And now...we are beginning to look toward the last quarter of the year with a cautious eye and an optimistic outlook towards 2021.
In this roundtable, four legal industry professionals with diverse personal backgrounds discuss where we were, where we are now, and how to create sustainable change in today's diversity and inclusion landscape.
The deaths of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and most recently, the shooting of Jacob Blake are focal points in a sad, outrageous and bleak year. The long-standing pernicious virus that is racism and white supremacy has been joined by COVID-19. Collectively we have much to overcome.
Building a foundational relationship is one of the biggest challenges we face in opening the door to new work. The best way to do that is to maintain ongoing communication. And in the time of COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to stay on someone’s radar.
Marketing in the COVID-19 era is almost exclusively an online exercise. In the absence of in-person meetings and events, staying connected and top of mind is challenging. Social media has, therefore, come to occupy a larger role in marketing initiatives than ever before.