Minority In-House Counsel Association and the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms Team Up to Enrich Diversity in the Legal Profession
Chicago, Illinois, August 13, 2015 (Newswire.com) - MIHCA and NAMWOLF have teamed up to facilitate growth and development among minority in-house counsel and minority and women owned law firms through jointly supporting programs, conferences, and events that positively impact the minority and women legal community. MIHCA and NAMWOLF also seek to support relationships, networking and strategic partnerships between MIHCA business clients and NAMWOLF’s member firms. Effective August 1, 2015.
More information about MIHCA and NAMWOLF can be found at www.mymihca.org and http://www.namwolf.org/.
About the Minority In-House Counsel Association
The Minority In-House Counsel Association (MIHCA) is a non-profit organization focused on the professional development, education, networking and career advancement of minority in-house counsel. MIHCA’s goal is to increase overall diversity in the legal profession, particularly in corporate and government law departments www.mymihca.org.
About the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms
The National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) is a nonprofit national trade association that promotes diversity in the legal profession by fostering successful relationships among preeminent minority and women-owned law firms and private/public entities, and, increases diversity in the legal profession by advocating for the retention of minority and women-owned law firms by businesses and other entities and provides corporations and public entities premier opportunities to locate and retain minority and women owned law firms of the very highest caliber across the United States. NAMWOLF further develops the professional excellence of minority and women-owned law firms through training and education also encouraging strategic alliances, coalitions, and affiliations among member firms and ultimately supports the continued growth, success, and long-term survival of minority and women-owned law firms http://www.namwolf.org/.