Attorneys across Goldberg Segalla’s footprint attended the Women in Law Summit Series Driving Diversity in Law & Leadership virtual conference on December 2, 2020, and shared their key takeaways on the path to a fulfilling and productive career for women and minority leaders.
Caroline J. Berdzik, a partner based in Princeton and chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Employment and Labor, Health Care and Long-Term Care groups, was a panelist on a session devoted to the #MeToo movement, centering on inclusion strategies and what law firms and corporations can do to help. Key takeaways from the panel, titled “#MeToo – Moving Beyond the Hashtag and Enlisting Men to Become Ambassadors for Change,” included:
Elizabeth A. Chang, also a partner in the firm’s Princeton office, shared a quote from the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that captured the spirit of the virtual conference: “Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” Liz’s key takeaways included:
Lisa L. Peterson, a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles and Orange County offices, said:
Christina A. Gonzales, a partner in the firm’s Philadelphia office, spoke about the effect of seeing more and more women and people of color in in-house counsel and C-suite roles:
For more information about the conference, contact Caroline.
Goldberg Segalla’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is strong, sincere, and a critical component of our firm’s mission and culture. We are proud to receive consistent regional and national recognition for the innovative programs we have developed and the results we have been able to achieve—both within our own firm and across the wider business and legal communities.