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Driving diversity at the firm allows for a greater range of perspectives. Committing to inclusion brings the full spectrum of viewpoints into focus. Together we get a truer picture: a broader vista, with fewer blind spots. Across metrics — by gender, persons of color, and LGBTQ status — Mintz exceeds its National Association for Law Placement (NALP) peer averages on partner-level diversity. Better: our commitment to inclusion is organic. Led by our Diversity Committee, we integrate diverse perspectives — and an appreciation for the dynamic solutions they deliver — into everything we do. From day-to-day operations to long-term strategic planning to our client relationships — it’s how we do business.

Commitment to Diversity

Leading the Way in Law Firm Diversity

Mintz is driving change within our firm and profession.

  • The firm’s Sponsor & Retention Program helps Associates of color build long-term careers at Mintz by pairing them with a sponsoring Member, helping them develop an internal network, and helping them build substantive, mutually beneficial relationships with peers. 
  • The percentage of diverse Members of the firm exceeds the NALP average for firms of a similar size.
  • We incentivize attorneys to devote time to improving diversity at Mintz and in the legal profession by issuing creditable hours.
  • The firm is a proud member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD), an organization of more than 275 corporate chief legal officers and law firm managing partners who have dedicated themselves to a more diverse legal profession.
  • Our annual Richard Mintz Diversity Scholarship is awarded to a law student from a diverse background who has demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to community and enhancing diversity.
  • In 1986, two Mintz partners were instrumental in creating the Boston Lawyers Group, a nonprofit organization committed to improving the hiring and retention of lawyers of color.
My father and his partners were committed to building a firm that was inclusive and progressive in terms of its approach to diversity. He often reminded me that as an immigrant child from the age of six, he had benefited from opportunities and that it was his joyful duty ‘to give back.’

Richard Mintz (1921 – 2011)Mintz Member for 57 years

We Are Mintz

National Recognition

Mintz is consistently recognized as a diversity leader in the legal profession.

Women in Law Empowerment Forum Award

Mintz received the Gold Standard Certification (2011, 2012, 2015, 2018, and 2019) from Women in Law Empowerment Forum, which honors law firms whose advancement of women stands out.

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HRC Best Places to Work 2020

Human Rights Campaign Foundation

Mintz received its 13th consecutive perfect score on the annual Corporate Equality Index.

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Award Best Law Firms Women Mintz

Working Mother

Mintz was among only 60 US law firms recognized for utilizing best practices for retaining and promoting women lawyers.

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Firm-Based Affinity Groups

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Women’s Initiative

Led by the Women's Steering Committee, this group sponsors numerous professional, networking, and social events aimed at supporting and enriching the lives of our female attorneys.

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Our affinity group for minority attorneys and senior professionals works to enhance opportunities, retention, and advancement for attorneys of color. 

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Mintz Pride

Mintz Pride provides opportunities to promote a supportive, equitable, and inclusive working environment where LGBTQ attorneys and professional staff — and their allies — can foster community and opportunity. 

Diversity Events