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The Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL), in collaboration with The Counsel Network and with the support of TD Ready Commitment, has announced the launch of a survey among CABL’s members and all Black lawyers across Canada. The survey will gather empirical data to capture and analyze the Black experience in the legal profession, including:
In a recent interview with Law360, while encouraging collaboration across the profession, the organization’s current and past presidents, Kyle Elliott and Raphael Tachie, indicated they hope it will be the “beginning of a conversation.” Elliott noted that this type of data is “really important to better understand the disparate outcomes and the barriers that exist for Black lawyers in this profession.”
To participate, please click on this link and complete the survey by July 31, 2023.