Jane Bolin  was the first Black female judge in America, and in her name, we are asking the most powerful lawyers in America -- the GCs of the Fortune 500 -- to use their power to change Big Law.

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Our mission

Our team is asking the General Counsels and Chief Legal Officers of America's largest companies to include a version of the following model rider in all future matters:

The team of lawyers who work on this/all matters must be inclusive and diverse. The ABA defines diversity to include gender, race/ethnicity, LGBTQ+ identification, and disability status. Half of the partners leading any case, and half of the team as a whole shall, absent extenuating circumstances, be diverse.

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Our signers have pledged to work only with diverse and inclusive legal teams

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Jane Bolin became the first African American woman to serve as a judge in the United States in 1939.

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