United States: Firm’s Diversity Speaker Series
Last Updated: February 1 2016

Throughout the year, the firm hosts programs aimed to promote awareness on diversity-related topics. Through the Diversity Speaker Series, the firm hosts discussions around cultural heritage months.

  • On September 28th, the firm hosted NYU Law Professor Sylvia A. Law for a discussion titled, "Legal Issues at the Dawn of a New Relation between Cuba and the United States." Professor Law recently traveled to Cuba with several NYU law students to survey Cuba's economic policies, educational and health care systems, and human rights record, as well as U.S. foreign policy toward Cuba and its resulting effects on Cuban civil society. This discussion was in honor of National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month.
  • On November 19th, in honor of National American Indian Heritage Month, the firm hosted NYU Professor Karl Jacoby. Professor Jacoby, a specialist in environmental, borderlands and Native American history, led a discussion titled, "Beyond the Ecological Indian: Native Americans and National Parks."

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