Lauren Stiller Rikleen, founder and president of the Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership, is a preeminent provider of training, speaking, and consulting services to professional services entities, businesses, and organizations seeking to create an engaged, diverse, and inclusive workforce.
Through her speaking, training, consulting, and writing, she addresses such topics as strengthening multi-generational teams, women’s leadership and advancement, and minimizing the impact of unconscious bias. Learn more
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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION - MARGARET BRENT AWARD 2017
Lauren Stiller Rikleen was recently recognized by the American Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession with its prestigious Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award.
View the press release from the American Bar Association: Five women lawyers receive 2017 Margaret Brent Awards at ABA Annual Meeting
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Nine Steps to Building a Truly Effective Women's Affinity Group
The American Lawyer
For women whose tenure in the legal profession is measured in decades, news of annual surveys reporting equity partner and compensation statistics feel like the movie “Groundhog Day,” but without the happy ending. It is confounding that decades after women and men began graduating from law school in approximately equal numbers, women partners are still paid less than their male counterparts and their rate of achieving equity partner status has only increased in small increments
The ABA Must Include Its Core Values When Ranking Judges
The criteria the ABA’s Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary uses when evaluating federal judges is flawed, and this process resulted in a “highly qualified” ranking of Amy Coney Barrett even though her views are contrary to the ABA’s own stated values, writes Lauren Stiller Rikleen, former president of the Boston Bar Association.