Harris Quoted in Financial Times on Inclusion in the Legal Profession
Kathleen Harris, head of the firm’s London office and co-chair of the firm’s Anti-Corruption practice, was quoted in the recent Financial Times article, “Less elitism, more inclusion: the legal industry aims for change.” The article looks at how top law firms are fighting against traditional biases to make the legal profession more inclusive.
Harris told the Financial Times that she grew up in the days "where people would call you names” but pointed out that things have changed. She said: "Now it’s more subtle, and sometimes the person in question isn’t even aware that they’re exhibiting exclusionary behaviour . . . The easy part is saying ‘we’re totally inclusive,’ but you’ve got to live those values.”
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