The MCCA is the preeminent voice on diversity issues in the legal profession. We provide industry-shaping publications, research, career development and curated networking events designed to connect its members to thought-leaders and one another.
Founded in 1997, MCCA is a 501(c)(3) corporate counsel association. In 2011, MCCA realized the value of partnership with law firms and created the Firm Affiliate Network (“FAN”) membership. The power of partnership and its benefits became more clear over time, and in 2017, MCCA revamped its membership structure to include both corporate legal departments and law firms. MCCA created its one membership model open to all corporate legal departments and law firms based on their needs and interest in engagement. In addition to creating more diverse legal departments and law firms, MCCA helps its members foster more inclusive and equitable legal departments and law firms – environments where underrepresented groups feel empowered to speak freely about their opinions and perspectives.
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Substantive content and training that fosters a culture of learning and drives diversity and inclusion forward in the legal profession.
Industry-renowned research to guide the conversation, increase cultural competence, and implement a sustainable and impactful diversity and inclusion program.
Support and development of the whole lawyer through each stage of their career whether in a corporate law department or a law firm. Focusing on professional skills, critical thinking, business acumen and strategic relationships – all critical to success in today’s legal environment.
Collaborate and connect with legal professionals, and build professional relationships that can lead to business development opportunities or new career paths.
Is your law firm committed to advancing diversity and inclusion in the legal profession? MCCA has a place for you. Join MCCA as a member and help your firm be better prepared to meet the expectations of top clients that demand diversity and results.
CORPORATE LAW DEPARTMENT
Is your in-house legal team committed to advancing diversity and inclusion in the legal profession? MCCA has a place for you. Join other in-house legal departments and their general counsel who advocate for the expanded hiring, retention and promotion of underrepresented racial/ethnic attorneys.