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Launch of the Legal Diversity & Inclusion Alliance (LDIA)

7 January 2019
Mon, 01/07/2019 (All day)

The Brussels office of HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER is pleased to be one of the founding members of the Legal Diversity & Inclusion Alliance (LDIA), a collective effort by several law firms in Belgium. By joining LDIA, member firms affirm their commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment, exchange good practices on diversity and inclusion, and raise awareness of non-discrimination and diversity issues by combining efforts in organising events, workshops, and training, among others.
 
Our LDIA membership is a further demonstration of the firm’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. As the legal industry in Belgium deepens its focus on matters related to diversity and inclusion, HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER is delighted to be among the firms leading this effort.

https://legaldiversityalliance.be/

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