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Diversity

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At Reminger, we value the differences each individual brings to our firm and we appreciate the multitude of ideas that are generated as a result. We understand the importance of diversity and are committed to promoting and maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment and community. We firmly believe that having a diverse work force enhances not only our ability to anticipate and meet the needs of our clients, but also our profession and our community.

In our efforts to fulfill our commitment to diversity, we have established a committee dedicated to implementing initiatives to recruit attorneys from all backgrounds. Our commitment does not stop at the hiring process; we are committed to helping all of our attorneys succeed as professionals.

For more information regarding our diversity committee or our efforts to promote diversity in the community, please contact Gregory G. Guice at 216.430.2227 or gguice@reminger.com.

Reminger Supports Minority Judicial Clerkship Program

Reminger Co., LPA is a proud sponsor of the Minority Judicial Clerkship Program. The program offers minority students who have completed the second year of law school to clerk with a judge during the summer months.

The Minority Judicial Clerkship Program is designed to:

  • Allow judges, law students, and former law clerks to develop close personal working relationships
  • Improve students' analytical, legal research and writing skills
  • Enhance a new lawyer's career opportunities
  • Permit a new lawyer to participate in the
    process of shaping the law

Sponsorships from local law firms and legal associations are used to fund the student's wage during their clerkship. Two years ago, a single clerkship was funded -- last year, four clerks -- in 2009, the goal is to fund six.

Currently the courts involved in the program are U.S. District Court, Northern district of Ohio; U.S. Bankruptcy Court; Northern District of Ohio; Court of Appeals, State of Ohio, 8th District; Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court; Cleveland Municipal Court.

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