- June 19, 2022
Reflecting on the Origins of JuneteenthJune 19, 2022 marks the 157th year emancipation of enslaved Black Americans. It marks the date when, in 1865, the news of slavery's abolishment arrived in Galveston, Texas solidifying the state as the final state to adopt the abolition.
- May 2022
Reflecting on Mental Health Awareness Month: Neurodiversity in the WorkplaceIn recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Partner Jim Dixon discusses the importance of neurodiversity in the workplace.
- March 2022
Celebrating Women's History Month - Little Justices, History in the MakingIn celebration of Women's History Month, we feature a spotlight on the most diverse U.S. Supreme Court in the nation's history.
- February 2022
Celebrating Black History Month With A Spotlight on Two Inspiring FiguresIn celebration of Black History Month we feature a spotlight on two inspiring and resilient African American women - Jane Bolin and Ruby Bridges.
- March 2021
Celebrating Women's History Month and The Incredible Career of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgFor Women's History Month, we highlight the incredible career of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
- February 2021
Celebrating Black History Month by Honoring the Legacy of John Mercer LangstonIn celebration of Black History Month, we feature the achievements of John Mercer Langston--Founding Father of Howard Law School and First African American to pass the Bar in Ohio.
- November 2020
Celebrating Native American Heritage Month and Giving ThanksIn celebration of Native American Heritage Month, we highlight some of the contributions and influence of the indigenous American culture.
- August 2020
Celebrating 100 Years of Women's SuffrageAugust 26th, known as Women's Equality Day, commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granting women the constitutional right to vote.
- February 2020
Celebrating Black History Month by Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Sadie T.M. AlexanderThis month we feature the achievements of Dr. Sadie
Tanner Mossell Alexander, an advocate for civil and
human rights, and the first African American woman to
practice law in Pennsylvania.