• The Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion (ENEI) which is the UK’s leading employer network covering all aspects of equality and issues in the workplace. In addition to supporting employers, their role is to influence Government, business and trade unions, campaigning for real practical change.
  • Race for Opportunity, an entity committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities across the UK. It is the only race diversity campaign that has access to and influence over the leaders of the UK's best known organizations.  
  • Opportunity Now, the campaign on gender diversity from Business in the Community. Opportunity Now aims to increase women's success at work, because it's not only good for business but good for society too.
  • Annually participate within the Black Solicitors Network Diversity League Table (DLT) since 2009.  The DLT is the legal profession's leading diversity publication and an essential guide to some of the UK's more diverse law firms and chambers.  It is produced in association and consultation with the Law Society and the Bar Council. Ranked 17th, for two years running.
  • Squire Patton Boggs is a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD), a national organization made up of the legal profession's top general counsel and managing partners.  For the past four years, Squire Patton Boggs has selected an individual for the LCLD Fellows Program, which is designed to increase diversity at the leadership levels in law firms and corporate legal departments around the country. The firm also participates in the LCLD Pathfinder Program. Launched in spring of 2015, the Program is designed for diverse, high-potential, early career lawyers to provide these "Pathfinders" with practical tools for leveraging internal professional networks through relationship building skills, developing foundational leadership skills, and building an understanding of career development strategies applicable to both in-house and law firm practice.

    Current LCLD Fellows at the firm include Alicia Batts (2013), a partner in our Competition – Antitrust Practice and Traci Martinez (2016), a partner in our Labor & Employment Practice.  Current LCLD Pathfinders at SPB include Brandon Gillard (2016), an associate in our Litigation Practice and Niyala Harrison (2016), an associate in our Public & Infrastructure Finance Practice.