• In 2016, we are the first-ever recipients of The Mortgage Banking Association's Inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Award.

  • Firm Chair Mark Stewart is the 2016 recipient of the Associated Black Charities' Change Agents Award. The award recognizes leaders in the effort to bring greater diversity to the legal profession.

  • We are ranked by the National Law Journal's Women in Law Rankings as one of the top law firms for female attorneys in the nation.

  • Mark Stewart is the 2016 recipient of the Philadelphia Bar Association Albert S. Dandridge III Diversity Award. The award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated a strong commitment and has made a substantial contribution in the Philadelphia area to diversity; and promotes full and equal participation and inclusion in the legal profession.

  • In 2015, Mark Stewart received Profiles in Diversity Journal's 2015 Diversity Leader Award. The award honors business organizations, their leaders, and diversity officers who advance diversity and inclusion in the work force.

  • In 2015 and 2016, we were named one of the top 100 law firms for female attorneys by Law360.

  • The American Lawyer ranks us fourth in the percentage of female equity partners.

  • We're ranked by the Denver Business Journal as one of the top law firms in the Denver area for female attorneys.

  • From 2011 through 2016, we earned Gold Standard Certification from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) for our success in providing professional opportunities and leadership roles for women attorneys.

  • We exceed the National Association of Law Placement (NALP) average for similarly sized firms for percentage of female partners, female associates, and minority partners.

  • Our pipeline project with Constitution High School—a magnet school with a largely minority student body—won an award from the School District of Philadelphia for best practices in community partnerships.

  • Our Denver office is a member of the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, which brings together law firms and corporate legal departments to increase diversity and inclusiveness in the legal profession.

  • Our Baltimore office hosts students from the University of Baltimore School of Law's Charles Hamilton Houston Scholars program. This six-week program is designed to educate minority students about the legal profession and encourage them to consider a career in law.