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“We’re all connected” takes on special meaning when it comes to diversity and inclusion at Loeb. Our diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives truly make our community stronger.

Together, we nurture and celebrate diversity, fostering an inclusive environment that results in more creative ideas, more productive discussions and better solutions for our clients.

Community building and education are incredibly important towards celebrating diversity and nurturing a culture of belonging.

We recognize the importance of aligning our firm with the diverse communities in which we do business. That’s why we have developed and implemented comprehensive policies and programs to support the recruitment and retention of diverse talent at all levels, ensuring team members have a path to long-term success at the firm.

Routinely, we look for ways to partner with our clients to work toward common goals for diversity and inclusion. These range from consideration of diversity in matter staffing decisions to pro bono collaborations advancing the legal interests of diverse and historically underserved populations.

We are proud of our culture, where colleagues understand the value and importance of diversity and inclusion, and we are deeply committed to the continued advancement of diversity within our firm, throughout the legal profession and in the communities we serve.

Loeb & Loeb’s Diversity Committee — comprising attorneys and senior administrative staff members across our offices — is the jet fuel behind our diversity and inclusion initiatives. The committee sets the strategy for enhancing diversity at Loeb, working with firm leadership and dedicated Affinity Groups to strengthen our culture of inclusion and maintain an environment in which all our people have an equal opportunity to flourish.

Loeb’s Affinity Groups — including our Attorneys of Color and Ethnic Diversity, Pride and Women’s groups — play a vital role in addressing the needs of women and minority lawyers and professionals throughout the firm.

These groups help foster community within these populations and serve as a forum for networking, mentorship, and professional and business development. Each group takes a tailored approach to supporting the advancement and retention of our diverse lawyers and leaders, building and maintaining networks with clients and the community, and fostering engagement among our professionals at all levels.

Attorneys of Color and Ethnic Diversity (ACED)

Our ACED Group brings together Loeb lawyers and professionals from diverse ethnic backgrounds with the mission of recruiting, retaining and developing the careers of talented attorneys of color.  The ACED Group has created a supportive community that is focused on providing resources for mentorship while also working to raise awareness about cultural uniqueness through engaging events and networking forums.

For more information, contact one of our ACED Group leaders below.

Elizabeth Camacho Photo Elizabeth Camacho
Sophia Mei-Ling Chang photo Sophia Chang
Diara Holmes Photo Diara Holmes

Loeb Pride

Loeb Pride aims to provide fellowship and community to LGBTQ+ lawyers and their allies. Internally, the group works to promote a culture of support, inclusion and open discussion around issues of importance to the firm’s LGBTQ+ professionals. Externally, the group engages in education and activism to advance the fight for equality, inclusion and respect for LGBTQ+ individuals throughout the legal profession and in the community at large.

For more information, contact one of our Loeb Pride leaders below.

Curtis Bajak
Sasha Bass Photo Sasha Bass
Megan Stombock
Rebel Steiner Photo Rebel Steiner

Women at Loeb

Loeb & Loeb’s Women’s LEAD Network administers formal and informal initiatives to support the success and advancement of our strong women lawyers and professionals. Through programming, mentorship and professional development, the group works to enhance the career trajectories and experiences for women across Loeb’s offices while continually engaging in efforts to address gender diversity issues in the broader legal community.

For more information, contact one of our Women’s LEAD Network leaders below.

Melanie Howard
Camila Piedrahita Abello
Ann Chen Photo Ann Chen
Kathleen Gersh
Norly Jean-Charles
Anne McGuire Photo Anne Kennedy McGuire
Robyn Mohr Photo Robyn Mohr
Kristen Klesh
Jessica Mills Photo Jessica Mills
Bess Morgan Photo Elisabeth Morgan
Ali Schaller Ali Schaller