Bookoff McAndrews (BoMc) is grateful to be named the 2020 Inclusive Firm of the Year (USA) by Chambers and Partners. BoMc emerged from a crowded field of 19 notable finalists to earn the distinguished national honor.
“We congratulate Bookoff McAndrews on their outstanding diversity and inclusion accomplishments that has earned this top recognition. Bookoff McAndrews is a role model whose tremendous efforts raise the bar across the industry,” said Diversity & Inclusion Director Dee Sekar, who is chair of the Chambers D&I Global Advisory Board. “These annual awards acknowledge and celebrate the meaningful achievements of firms and individuals who are furthering the advancement of diversity and inclusion across the USA and Canada.”
“We are incredibly humbled and honored to have been chosen as the ‘Inclusive Firm of the Year’ from a field of so many exemplary organizations,” says Les Bookoff. “From the very beginning of our firm, diversity has been, and always will be, one of BoMc’s central pillars. In addition, we knew we wanted to operate in a way that brought people together and gave a voice to every individual. BoMc embraces a different organizational structure that shifts the focus away from traditional hierarchies and fiefdoms towards a flatter one that encourages sharing and teamwork.”
Click for the complete list of winning companies, law firms, and individuals in the U.S. and Canada being recognized in their respective categories. The shortlists for the awards were judged by the D&I team and USA and Canada Editors. The client referees feedback also forms part of the judging process in choosing final winners.
Chambers Diversity and Inclusion aims to promote the advancement of inclusion across the global legal profession through research, training, workshops, forums, and awards. Chambers has conducted research and hosted diversity seminars across the United States since 2012.