As we celebrate Women's History Month in 2023, it is important to acknowledge the contributions of women in various fields, including law. Boyd & Jenerette P.A., a law firm committed to diversity and equal opportunities, is proud to recognize the female attorneys who are an integral part of our team of experienced litigators.
The firm's commitment to diversity and inclusion is reflected in its policies that guarantee equal opportunities for all members of the firm. Boyd & Jenerette understands the importance of creating a workplace environment where diversity is encouraged and every member of the firm can realize their potential for excellence.
The firm's dedication to gender diversity is especially noteworthy. The firm boasts a team of female attorneys who have demonstrated their expertise in a range of legal areas. Currently, we have five female Shareholders who are active in decision-making processes. In addition, we have eleven female Partners who lead various teams and practice areas. Our team also includes fifteen female Associates who work diligently to provide quality legal services to our clients.
Boyd & Jenerette's female attorneys have demonstrated that gender should not be a barrier to success in the legal profession. Their dedication, professionalism, and legal expertise are a testament to their hard work and commitment to excellence. As we celebrate Women's History Month, we recognize and applaud the contributions of these women to the legal profession and the firm. Boyd & Jenerette is proud to have them as part of our team of experienced litigators.
- 5 out of 8 shareholders are women
- 11 out of 22 partners are women
- 15 out of 26 associates are women
Overall, 55% of the firm’s attorneys are women as of March 2023.
Boyd & Jenerette P.A. offers a family-friendly working environment, with flextime for new parents and the ability to work remotely based on childcare or family member needs.
The firm believes that diversity considerations extend beyond race and gender. The spectrum of diversity also includes disability, religious belief, age, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, physicality, education and socio-economic status. Discrimination or harassment on any of these grounds is expressly prohibited at Boyd & Jenerette, in any work-related activity, or in any of the firm’s employment or recruitment practices.
About Women's History Month
Women’s History Week was first recognized during the week of March 7, 1982 following Congressional action. What started as a week is now celebrated as Women’s History Month every March, beginning in 1995 and continuing in subsequent years with annual presidential proclamations. More information is available at https://womenshistorymonth.gov/, which is hosted by the Library of Congress.