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At Covington, we recognize the differences among us as an asset and a source of strength. We believe that excellence in the practice of law knows no racial, ethnic, gender, religious, sexual orientation, or other boundaries. Covington lawyers bring a wide variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and life experiences to our practice. By recruiting, retaining, developing, and promoting a diverse group of lawyers, we advance the interests of our clients, our practice, and our entire profession.

February 27, 2020

T’Shae Sherman, an associate in our New York office, was a panelist at Microsoft’s second annual Tech Law Summit, held at the Howard University School of Law. Among the goals of the Summit is educating minority legal professionals on the issues and opportunities in the tech industry.

February 21, 2020

WASHINGTON—Covington has chosen Washington partner Henry Liu to be a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s 2020 Fellows Program. Mr. Liu will participate in programs designed to attract, inspire, and nurture the next generation of leaders in the legal profession. Mr. Liu is a litigator specializing in defending financial institutions and other ...

February 6, 2020

In celebration of LGBT+ History Month, our London Diversity Committee teamed with Out of America to co-host a networking event featuring guest speaker, Dr. S. Chelvan from No 5 Barrister Chambers.

February 3, 2020

The D.C. Road Show is a collective effort, by several major DC law firms, to recruit African American law students to the Washington, DC market. Started in about 1975, the D.C. Road Show’s origins lay in the observation, at the time, that most African American law students interested in big-firm practice generally looked to the New York market. Michael Baxter ...

January 31, 2020

LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Business Journal recognized Neema Sahni in its 2020 list of the most influential minority lawyers in Los Angeles. The list recognizes lawyers who are particularly impactful, maintain the highest professional and ethical standards, and contribute to the Los Angeles business and legal community.   In Ms. Sahni's profile, the Business ...