Diversity Resources


The Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Section believes in diversity and is dedicated to increasing minority participation in the legal profession. YLS defines diversity as groups who are typically underrepresented in law school classes, to include racial and ethical minorities, people with disabilities, varied religious affiliations, geographic, socioeconomic backgrounds and sexual orientations. For more information about how you can make a difference visit any of the following sites:

ABA Advisory Council on Diversity

ABA Center for Racial and Ethnic Diversity

ABA Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession

Balanomics  (a gender neutral, broad-based call for change in the profession and an effort to integrate work/life balance into the larger diversity discussion since departures are most common among women, and especially women of color)

Council on Legal Education Opportunity

The Center for WorkLife Law
Flex Time Lawyers LLC
National LGBT Bar Association
National Bar Association

Project for Attorney Retention

Workplace Flexibility 2010 (a campaign to support the development of a comprehensive national policy on workplace flexibility)