Diversity-Driven RFPs Can Help Secure Your Preferred Outside Firm
August 14, 2015
With a well thought-out RFP process, a law department can probe “probe both subtly and quite blatantly an outside firm’s diversity efforts and commitment,” write attorneys Anna M. Maiuri and Joseph K. McKinney, from the Dickinson Wright law firm. While general counsel may have in mind a diverse, well-balanced and talented firm they’d like to hire, they probably have to internally sell a board, management committee or a purchasing department on the idea before they can proceed. This is where the RFP is key. In both the corporate and legal world, we’re seeing RFPs that aren’t shy about diversity requirements.
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