About the Inclusiveness Network
Network Members Implement CLI's Six-Step Inclusiveness Program
to Increase the Retention and Advancement of Diverse Attorneys
CLI's Inclusiveness Network is a powerful, effective model for creating sustainable diversity.
The Inclusiveness Network (IN) is a group of nearly 30 legal organizations implementing CLI's six-step inclusiveness program that addresses the cultural, structural, and behavioral aspects of an organization in order to improve the retention and advancement of diverse attorneys. Under the guidance and support of CLI, Network members attend quarterly meetings where they learn about inclusiveness, report on their organization’s progress, and share their successes and challenges as they make changes to create cultures of inclusion. The first cohort of the Inclusiveness Network has been implementing the Inclusiveness Manual since 2008. In response to increased demand, CLI created two additional cohorts in 2011. Member organizations are listed below.
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Eleven legal organizations – two corporate law departments, two government legal offices, and seven law firms - began implementing the CLI Inclusiveness Manual in 2008. IN08 members include:
Nine legal organizations – two corporate law departments and seven law firms - began implementing the CLI Inclusiveness Manual in January 2011. IN11 members include:
USAO/Colorado District Attorney Cohort
The USAO/DA Cohort began implementing CLI's inclusiveness program in April 2011. The six members of this cohort include: