Miller & Martin, with offices in Atlanta, Nashville and Chattanooga, has been listed as one of the “Top 50 Law Firms for Associates” for 2012 by MultiCultural Law Magazine. The firm was also ranked in the “Top 25 Law Firms for African-Americans.”
"At Miller & Martin, we recognize that a diverse workforce and inclusive work environment are necessary if we are to effectively understand and serve our clients," said Jim Haley, chairman of the firm. Through recruitment, hiring, retention and advancement, our firm continues its commitment to our formal Diversity Initiative.”
Attorneys at Miller & Martin agree that the firm makes diversity a main focus throughout each office. When asked about the value the firm puts on diversity, Junaid Odubeko, an Associate in the firm’s Nashville office, said, “Miller & Martin understands the importance of diversity in today’s global marketplace and the need to provide all attorneys with the necessary tools for success. Miller & Martin is a great place to work.” Joseph Delgado, a Member in the firm’s Atlanta office, elaborated on the benefits he has received personally from the firm’s diversity efforts, said, “Diversity drives Miller & Martin. The firm’s inclusive work environment and broad range of professionals has provided me with the knowledge, support and other tools necessary to gain client confidence, develop a practice and provide the highest level of service.”
The selection process for these rankings begins with a mass distribution of diversity surveys to hundreds of law firms nationwide based on four categories: Women, Associates, Partners and overall Diversity. Additionally, they are subcategorized as follows: African-American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic and Native American. The statistical information received from over 500 prospective law firms was very competitive.
“MultiCultural Law Magazine continues to be in the forefront to showcase firms that are making the case for diversity and setting the tone for inclusion,” said L.P. Green II, publisher and CEO of MultiCultural Law Magazine. “We recognize the pioneering spirit of these firms and we promote those initiatives as a prototype for all law firms to “think outside the box” and to focus on a culturally diverse and globally inclusive base of attorneys and support staff.”