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McCAGUE BORLACK LLP

We believe there is no greater strength than that which we achieve when we embrace the differences in all of us.

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Diversity Policy

OUR ENVIRONMENT VALUES & EMBRACES DIVERSITY

Mission Statement

McCague Borlack values and respects the diverse backgrounds, cultures, orientation and traditions of all firm members and the clientele we serve. We are dedicated to providing excellence through our people, our work and our relationships. To achieve these goals, we maintain our core value of diversity by recruiting the best people with the strongest legal skills to work in an environment that is free of discrimination. In keeping with this commitment, we foster a workplace that welcomes the acceptance and inclusion of our national mosaic.

We believe there is no greater strength than that which we achieve when we embrace the differences in all of us.

Objective

In order to promote our Mission Statement, we have established a Diversity Committee within our firm.  The committee provides leadership to allow our firm to accomplish the following:

  • provide a workplace free of discrimination on the grounds of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, gender, orientation, age, marital status, family status, same-sex partnership status or disability;
  • create an environment in which every member of the firm can realize his or her potential for excellence;
  • create an environment that respects people’s dignity, ideas and beliefs, thereby ensuring equality and diversity in employment;
  • identify barriers that might prevent each office from complying with the Mission Statement, establish procedures to eliminate the barriers and implement policies to remove them;
  • promote equal opportunity for all legal and non-legal staff, associates and partners in a workplace free of discrimination.

If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact our Diversity Committee Chair Theresa Hartley.

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On a Personal Note.