Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP
At Procopio, achieving greater diversity within the firm is more than a philosophy; it’s a vital part of our practice and culture. We are committed to being a diverse workplace that reflects the diverse community where our employees live and work. Our commitment to diversity enables the firm to draw from a remarkable wealth of talent. We believe that a diverse workforce at all levels fosters an environment that supports innovation and creative problem solving. It is this philosophy that enables us to provide better service to our clients. Diversity helps provide a wide range of viewpoints and perspectives to the issues that clients face, and contributes to better solutions for the success of both Procopio and our clients. Therefore, it is our goal to foster and maintain a firm-wide culture and environment that supports and promotes diversity and teamwork so that all employees, regardless of their background, feel welcome, included, valued, supported and able to succeed and reach their potential of excellence at Procopio.
Procopio is highly committed to preserving and enhancing the quality of life for our attorneys. We strive to create and maintain an environment that allows them to fully pursue their passions apart from the legal profession. We respect individual life choices and strive to provide an environment which fosters both commitment to our clients and commitment to the families of our attorneys and the community.
At Procopio, we consider our diversity efforts to be crucial for Procopio to continue to provide the high level of service our clients need and deserve. We also recognize that a commitment to diversity requires sustained attention and effort. Procopio has made diversity a priority in the firm’s management, recruiting, retention and day-to-day practice. Procopio is committed to sustain its attention and efforts to maintain a diverse workplace that reflects the diverse community in which we live and work.
Procopio’s Diversity Committee
Kam W. Li
Laura B. Riesenberg
Sandra L. Shippey
Frederick K. Taylor
Steven J. Untiedt