Diversity & Inclusion

Young Moore is dedicated to maintaining a welcoming and healthy environment in which to work, think, and grow by listening to and incorporating ideas and viewpoints from a diverse team of legal professionals and staff. We recognize that diversity encompasses a broad range of identities and experiences, including ethnicity, race, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, and religion, as well as differences in perspectives, work and life experiences, lifestyles, and cultures. We strive to foster an inclusive atmosphere that harnesses the strength of our diversity and allows us to better understand and serve our clients’ needs, elevate our approach to strategic problem solving, and generate better outcomes for our clients.

At Young Moore we strive to hire individuals who share these values and to retain and develop their talent by providing an accepting, innovative workplace in which they will thrive. We recognize that this is an ongoing commitment and we continue to encourage diversity and inclusion to strengthen our firm and ensure that everyone at Young Moore has a meaningful professional experience.

Young Moore maintains a Diversity and Inclusion Committee focused not only on education and recruitment, but on support and retention as well. The Diversity and Inclusion Committee is comprised of shareholders, associates, and managers and reports directly to the firm’s Management Committee.

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