On October 5, 2021 the Minnesota Coalition of Bar Associations of Color hosted its Second Annual Twin Cities Legal D&I Data Project Reveal to share and discuss its study of the representation of women and racial/ethnic group members in large law firms and corporate legal departments in Minnesota. The presentation featured LaToya Burrell (Executive Director, The Anderson Foundation and ZinPro Corporation's DEI Champion) as the keynote speaker, along with distinguished panelists Dotun Obadina (Partner, Jones Day), Don H. Liu (Executive Vice President and Chief Legal and Risk Officer, Target), and Maggie Dalton (Partner, Stoel Rives).
MN-CBAC is a coalition formed in 2020 by MNAPABA, the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA), Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers (MABL), and the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association (MAIBA) to advance issues of common interest and concern; provide mutual support and professional development; and collectively improve the legal profession and access to justice in Minnesota. MN-CBAC believes the transparency of diversity and inclusion representation data will promote accountability.
A full recording of the presentation is available here.