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9 April 2024NewsDiversityMarisa Woutersen

Wisconsin State Bar settlement reshapes definition of ‘diversity’

Deal with Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty changes definition and practices of diversity within the legal profession | New definition includes people with ‘differing characteristics, beliefs and viewpoints’ | Resolves lawsuit challenging ‘discriminatory practices’ in the Bar's internship programme.

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