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Lawyers Club is committed to diversity and inclusion within the community and within the organization. We acknowledge that women are underrepresented in the legal profession and should be included in any diversity policy within the field.

Lawyers Club's Diversity Policy requires at least one member from an underrepresented group be on our programs or panels. Seen any law-related "manels" (panels with men only) lately? Send us a copy. We want to raise awareness of the issue of underrepresented groups on law-related program panels.


Anti-Racism Resources





Earl B. Gilliam Bar Foundation


Black Youth Project

Bias Test


National Conflict Resolution Center - A Path Forward Program
Watch the replay of this groundbreaking conversation which occurred in August 2020 with leading scholars and #1 Best Sellers, Robin DiAngelo (White Fragility) and Ibram X. Kendi (How to Be An Anti-Racist), facilitated by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Wesley Lowery, as they address the question: How do we talk about race in a way that unites and strengthens us as a community? Learn more.


Together We Can - A Project Unity Initiative 

Together We Can is an answer to the many calls for personal and societal change following events of racial injustice in America. People want to know what they can do to make change. Together We Can provides a platform and structured plan for people of all races to continuously improve themselves, their communities, and their country. More Info


Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession - Review 2019-2020: The State of Diversity Inclusion in the Legal Profession

The IILP Review brings together a statistical summary of recent demographic data, feature articles and thought pieces exploring diversity and inclusion issues in a wide range of professional contexts, and a roundup of diversity initiatives by an impressive array of professional and practice organizations—all in an accessible and
readable format. Read Here


This list is a work in progress and will be updated. If you have a resource to recommend, please email