Why does the legal profession lag in diversity?

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Sara Eng
VP of Product Operations Ontra

Sara is the VP of Product Operations at Ontra. Prior to Ontra, Sara managed attorney recruiting and professional development at Paul Hastings LLP. Sara holds an M.A. in Organizational Communication & Development from Emerson College. Sara enjoys scuba diving and taking her dogs to the beach.

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Key Insights from Ontra on Improving Overall Diversity in the Legal Profession

We attribute our diversity to our unique structure and the processes and policies we’ve implemented to promote efficiency over profits-per-partner. We blind hire all lawyers in-network and often propose lawyers to clients with identifying information removed. Our mentorship program helps our minority and women-owned small businesses grow. And most importantly, our completely remote model provides our attorney network with unparalleled freedom.

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