CSG Law Named to Bloomberg Law’s 2023 DEI Framework

Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC (“CSG Law”) is pleased to announce that it is one of 55 U.S.-based firms to be named to Bloomberg Law’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Framework for 2023. The Bloomberg Law Framework provides a platform for standardizing law firm diversity metrics and recognizes firms for distinguished performance against six core pillars: demographics, leadership and talent pipeline, recruitment and retention, business innovation and strategy, marketing, and diversity and inclusion in the community.

This acknowledgement is the latest recognition of the achievements of CSG Law’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee and Women’s Initiative. The firm earned a place on the inaugural NJBIZ Empowering Women list, which honored companies who have advanced women in the workplace and community. Earlier this year, the firm was presented with one of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association’s Annual Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Awards.

The CSG Law DEI Committee and Women’s Initiative are focused on helping to shape the future of the firm through providing professional development and mentorship, opportunities for collaboration with external organizations and support of pipeline programs to increase opportunities and access for others.

Bloomberg Law’s DEI Framework was developed in collaboration with Bloomberg’s Gender-Equality Index team, as well as diversity leads at corporations and U.S.-based law firms. Performance was assessed across more than 85 metrics, each associated with one of the framework’s six core pillars. Going forward, the methodology and membership criteria will be reviewed and updated annually to ensure alignment with industry trends, methodologies, and best practices.

For more information, methodology and a full list of member firms, please click here.

Visit csglaw.com/award-methodology for additional details on the selection process for the above-mentioned recognitions. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.