Greenspoon Marder is committed to diversity because it complements our core strengths and enhances our ability to serve our clients. Our differences unite us and allow us to become more resilient and adaptable, so that we best understand the varying needs of our clients and business partners. Our firm has a robust policy of equal employment opportunity, including initiatives for diversity enhancement and aggressive anti-harassment policies. Greenspoon Marder sustains a family-focused and interconnected working environment that aims to facilitate positive work/life balance. Our attorneys and staff regularly support and engage in community outreach efforts. Our firm also promotes diversity through partnerships with clients and other community, business and legal organizations.
Our firm is taking big strides in the business of law including diversity. Our firm’s make-up is regularly changing and adding dynamics and strengths that help us better service and connect with our clients. We are comprised of almost 70% female employees, 37% of our employees identify as racial or ethnic minorities including: Hispanics, Asians, African-Americans, Pacific Islanders and LGBTQ; and Latins make-up about 20% of our employees firm wide. We are working on diversifying our ranks more and more each day. The firm is now working regularly as an annual corporate partner of the National Diversity Council across the U.S., and in key markets in which the firm works such as Florida, New York, New Jersey and California.
The firm is committed to the continued development of programs and policies that maintain and support a diverse workforce including specific Women’s Initiatives and LGBTQ Initiatives. Also, as part of our firm’s diversity initiative, Greenspoon Marder consistently reviews and adjusts its methods of outreach to ensure it attracts a diverse pool of legal and professional talent, which includes its outreach to law schools, and prominence in a wide variety of publications that attract and appeal to a diverse audience. The firm is proud to participate in the Southeastern Minority Job Fair.