At Jackson & Campbell, P.C., we are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace which promotes equal opportunities at every level of the Firm. We believe that diversity and inclusion within our Firm strengthens our legal representation and helps us reflect the communities we are dedicated to serving.
Here, we focus on equality and respect for all members of the Jackson & Campbell community by working to understand each other’s perspectives and by respecting the goals and accomplishments of each attorney. Our Firm believes that everyone thrives in an environment where they feel supported to reach their personal and professional goals, regardless of their background. We believe that open and honest communication, transparency regarding career growth and promotion, and dedicated diversity initiatives demonstrate our commitment to being an equal opportunity employer. We understand that in order to foster a truly diverse and collaborative workplace we must go beyond recruitment, and structure initiatives around employment, inclusion, and promotion.
At Jackson & Campbell, we get involved in our communities. Currently, we are members and leaders in the following organizations:
- Commercial Real Estate Women Network – Washington, D.C.
- Equality Chamber of Commerce DC Metro Area
- Virginia Women Attorneys Association
- WBA Foundation
- Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia
Our Firm strives to accurately reflect the diverse makeup of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area in which we live. We strive to provide quality legal services tailored to address the individual needs of our clients throughout the United States.
Our success is reflected by the increased diversity of the Firm and through committees such as the Women’s Initiative.
For more information on Jackson & Campbell’s commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, please read the Firm’s comprehensive Support Plan.
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