National Law Review featured the 20th anniversary of Epstein Becker Green’s Women’s Initiative in the “Legal News Roundup: Law Firm Recognition, Expansion, and Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives,” by Chandler Ford, Rachel Popa, and Jessica Scheck.

Following is an excerpt:

Happy Springtime from the National Law Review to all of our readers! Please read on for the latest in legal industry news, including law firm hiring, professional recognitions and achievements, and diversity and inclusion initiatives. …

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives

Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. celebrated the 20th anniversary for its Women’s Initiative, which aims to improve and support the careers of women professionals in the legal industry. Originally founded by Maxine Neuhauser, Frances Green, and Joan Disler (retired), the initiative offers opportunities for networking and skill enhancement.

“For women, finding the time to effectively network and develop critically needed hard and soft skills can be particularly challenging for a host of reasons,” said Maxine Neuhauser, Member of the Firm.

For more information, please read our full Announcement.

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