Diversity is perspective. It is seeing through varied lenses of varied backgrounds to generate ideas, innovation and creativity—aiding in the discovery of new approaches to problem solving. Diversity strengthens our ability to compete, adapt, change, and address complex challenges. Diversity is a core value improving who we are as trial lawyers and as community leaders.
By building and promoting diversity and inclusion, Bowman and Brooke LLP brings broader perspective to our clients and provides greater affinity and identification with witnesses, judges, jurors, our communities and those who put their trust in us.
From the Diversity & Inclusion Committee Chair...
"We value diversity in the firm, bottom to top. Our Diversity & Inclusion Committee works hard literally every day to create and provide innovative opportunities and support for the advancement of diversity in the firm and in our communities. This process is backed by the firm’s core values, ensued since the firm’s founding 32 years ago, specifically: “We are committed to being a diverse firm in the gender and ethnicity of our partners and employees . . . We are focused on making our workplace more inclusive, empowering, and fulfilling for all members of our workplace family. We’ve done well in this regard, and we’ll do even better going forward." —Roshan N. Rajkumar, Partner
Bowman and Brooke is committed to providing its clients with superior legal services. We believe the level of excellence we and our clients expect is best achieved by building a team of professionals who reflect a broad range of orientations and interests, as well as diverse personal backgrounds. To that end, our firm recognizes the importance of the recruitment and development of diverse talent, with the ultimate goal to be a firm of inclusion and collegiality for all of its members.
Bowman and Brooke’s program is overseen by a Diversity and Inclusion Committee and partners with the firm’s Executive and Management Committees to achieve our diversity goals. Soon after joining Bowman and Brooke, attorneys are assigned a partner whose responsibility is to oversee and assist the new attorney’s professional development as a practicing lawyer and employee of the firm. Women and minority attorneys may request an affinity group or mentor to help with acclimation.
We actively recruit, mentor and promote to partnership minority and women lawyers. We hold leadership positions, and invest our time and resources, in organizations that sponsor minority law students and lawyers and promote diversity.
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
Made up of more than 265 corporate chief legal officers and law firm managing partners, the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) works to build a more open and diverse legal profession. Over the years, many Bowman and Brooke attorneys have participated in the LCLD Fellow and Pathfinder Programs which provide a valuable and unique opportunity for development, training and professional networking.
Get to know our current and past LCLD Fellows and Pathfinders by clicking their bios below.
LCLD Fellows and Pathfinders