In this increasingly complex and diverse society in which we live and operate, Higier Allen & Lautin believes that the diversity of our attorneys and staff is essential to serving the interests of the Firm’s clients. We believe that the Firm cannot effectively understand and represent the needs of our clients in this global society unless the Firm’s attorneys and staff are comprised of a wide array of backgrounds and worldviews.

The Firm strives to recruit and retain a diverse population of attorneys and staff across a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Higier Allen & Lautin provides equal opportunities to attorneys and staff regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected category.

As of April, 2016, at Higier Allen & Lautin 30% of the shareholders, 64% of the associates, and 85% of the staff are women and minorities. Both women and minorities hold positions of leadership within the Firm and are considered highly valued and respected members of our organization.