“As Chair of the Diversity Committee, I strive to ensure that our actions consistently and continually emulate our inclusive nature as a firm. As a gay woman, I now know that I could not have landed at a more accepting firm. Our Diversity Committee has two overriding goals. One is to celebrate Pullman & Comley’s concrete commitment to an accepting, supportive and understanding organization. The second is to foster an environment that supports diversity by working with our clients, and attracting new clients, that consider inclusivity and diversity a key component to their businesses.” -Jessica Grossarth
Pullman & Comley views diversity as a core value of our firm that informs and influences our office culture, our professional and personal relationships, and strengthens our approach to problem solving. Our objective is to create and maintain diversity in our workplace. We seek to foster understanding, acceptance and inclusiveness for the breadth of diversity that exists in our firm and the communities in which we live, including racial, gender, sexual orientation, religious and economic diversity. We also respect and support our clients’ activities that further a commitment to diversity in each of these areas. Pullman & Comley strives to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of our society, enriching us with multiple perspectives and experiences that enhance both our strategies for our clients and our contributions to the legal profession and the greater community.
Guiding Principles of Diversity at Pullman & Comley
Pullman & Comley embraces the following guiding principles of diversity:
Diversity Committee’s Mission Statement
The firm's Diversity Committee promotes and ensures Pullman & Comley’s strong commitment to providing equal opportunities in employment, promotion and retention to all qualified persons on the basis of job-related skills, ability and merit. The Diversity Committee coordinates its activities with the Recruiting Committee and the Associate Orientation Committee to ensure that applicants are considered, and that all employees are treated during employment, without discrimination related to race, religion, color, ancestry, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status or gender identity and expression.
The Diversity Committee also addresses barriers to recruiting a diverse workforce and actively supports programs that develop dialogue about diversity in the law.
Our commitment to diversity includes:
Diversity Committee Members
You are invited to contact a Diversity Committee member or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We look forward to hearing from you. The members of the Diversity Committee are: