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Maslon Signs American Bar Association's Pledge for Change for Disability Diversity in the Legal Profession

November 10, 2020

Maslon LLP is pleased to announce that it has signed the American Bar Association's Pledge for Change for Disability Diversity in the Legal Profession. 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the passage of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which transformed American society for a generation of persons with disabilities. However, many barriers still exist in providing equal opportunities to enable Americans with disabilities to reach their full potential.

Maslon is dedicated to supporting and advancing these opportunities and encouraging others to do the same. Signing the Pledge affirms Maslon's commitment to disability diversity, and recognizes that diversity overall is in the best interest of the profession, those the profession serves, as well as the firm.

To learn more, go to: American Bar Association's Pledge for Change for Disability Diversity in the Legal Profession.

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