Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani will be a Gold Sponsor of DRI's 12th annual Diversity for Success Seminar and Corporate Expo on June 15-16 in Chicago, Illinois. As in past years, Gordon & Rees will be the official sponsor of the seminar's "Boarding Pass Kiosk" which prints boarding passes and other seminar information for attendees. To recognize the firm's support, the Gordon & Rees logo will be featured on the computer kiosks as well the seminar brochure, the on-site guide and in PowerPoint presentations.
"Gordon & Rees is honored to once again sponsor DRI's Diversity for Success Seminar," said Franz Hardy, chair of the firm's National Diversity Committee. "Diversity and inclusion are priorities at Gordon & Rees. We value every individual's contribution and we support the creative problem solving and open discussions about diversity and inclusion enabled by this seminar."
For the past four years, Gordon & Rees has been honored by The American Lawyer as one of the Top Firms for Diversity. The Top Firms for Diversity Awards recognize the 50 highest-ranked firms on the Diversity Scorecard, Gordon & Rees ranks at No. 21 on the 2015 Diversity Scorecard. Gordon & Rees also earned 100 percent on the 2016 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
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Gordon & Rees is a national litigation and business transactions firm with more than 700 lawyers in 43 offices across the United States. Our lawyers provide full service representation to public and private companies ranging from the Fortune 500 to start-ups. Founded in 1974, Gordon & Rees is recognized among the fastest growing and largest law firms in the country and continues to climb the ranks of both The Am Law 200 and The National Law Journal. Additionally, in 2016 Law360 ranked the firm 53rd on its list of the largest U.S. firms and The American Lawyer ranked the firm at No. 39 on its Diversity Scorecard.