Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP is built on core principles: fair and just treatment, integrity, inclusion, diversity, and decency. These values guide us in all that we do professionally and personally, as an organization and as individuals. Diversity is essential to our success. At HRW, diversity encompasses a variety of characteristics, lifestyles and perspectives; including race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, education, veteran status, disability, socio-economic status, family and marital status.

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein promotes equal opportunity for all by building a workplace that celebrates diversity among attorneys and staff. We are committed to recruiting, developing, retaining and promoting talented lawyers and staff with diverse backgrounds and experiences in order to provide clients with the leadership, personal attention and integrity they deserve.

We proudly participate in professional and community activities that promote diversity, tolerance, and equal opportunity, and we encourage and support our employees to do the same. Several HRW attorneys have held, or continue to hold, positions of leadership in organizations committed to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal industry. Some of the organizations we support include:

  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
  • GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)
  • Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys
  • Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association
  • The Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts
  • The Women’s Bar Foundation

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