This Is Us

A diverse team is more interesting, fun, and enriching. It leads to better idea generation, better solutions, and better outcomes. This is not something where we reach a certain point and rest on our laurels. We continue to learn and grow. We are in this for the long haul.

of attorneys are women
of attorneys are racial and ethnic minorities
of firm leadership are women
of leadership are racial and ethnic minorities
of partners are racial and ethnic minorities
of partners are women
languages spoken
millennial or gen-z attorneys

Helping Each Other Grow


Recent Awards

Chambers D&I

Most Inclusive Firm of the Year, USA, 2020


#1 Best Midsize Law Firm for Diversity, 2022


#1 Best Firm for Minority Equity Partners, 2020


#2 Best Firm for Minority Attorneys, 2020

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Community Is Built Into Our DNA


The firm has been transparent in its goal towards being an inclusive workplace and is constantly seeking the advice/guidance of the people who make up the firm.

Miles K. Davis



The firm encourages the open sharing of ideas and uses fairness as the primary decision driver.

Dinesh Melwani



The firm has done a wonderful job of allowing us to work remotely and providing plentiful mentorship from other diverse attorneys.

Bethany Love


See the Faces that Represent Our Firm

Incorporating DEI into our Everyday Conversation

BoMc’s in-house Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, and Awareness (IDEA) Committee is open to everyone at the firm. The IDEA Committee regularly puts together outreach and events to shine a light on DEI issues. Its board is made up of staff, attorneys, and partners providing a voice and formal mechanism outside of management to evaluate issues and implement solutions to address DEI concerns at the firm and beyond.

Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace (May 11, 2021)

In this meeting, we had a candid discussion about our workplace and how equity and inclusion impact the recruitment and retention of talented individuals. Participants filled out an anonymous survey and were then broken up into smaller groups to share their thoughts in a more intimate setting.

Inclusivity in the Workplace (Jan 27, 2021)

In this interactive exercise, we broke people up into smaller groups to share their fullest name and examples of what they are and what they are not. These activities placed the emphasis on listening and dove into microaggressions and assumptions that may be connected to our name and aspects of our identity.

Navigating a Virtual Work Environment During a Pandemic (Oct 20, 2020)

In this roundtable, we had an open and frank discussion on the importance of elevating diversity, inclusion, and allyship. Participants could choose whether to share their opinions, listen to others, or simply think about the issues.

How We Show Up


Arash Hamidi


I'm a Mentor as a part of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity's (LCLD) Mentorship Program for first-year law students.


Ana Sobalvarro

HR & Firm Operations Coordinator

As part of the IDEA Committee Board, I'm making sure that we make tangible changes to our policies to ensure that everyone feels safe and included.


Andrew "A.J." Sutton


As Chair of the PTAB Bar Association Diversity Committee, I am responsible for planning diversity-focused events and advocating for policies that promote diversity & inclusion in the patent field.

Membership and Affiliations

Words From Our Leadership

There are insights we can only get from working with people who bring different perspectives

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