At NFC, we celebrate Diversity, promote Inclusion, and strive for Equity to ensure a welcoming workplace for our valued colleagues and clients. DEI is deeply woven into the fabric of NFC, allowing us to ignite courageous and compassionate change in our Firm and communities, by:
ü Leading with respect and empathy for others in all that we do
ü Empowering and positioning historically underrepresented groups for success in the legal field and beyond
ü Creating intentional opportunities and platforms for DEI awareness and growth
ü Honoring and embracing each person’s authentic self and uniqueness
ü Serving as role models to promote equity and belonging within the workplace and society
Our goal is to embody Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion the “NFC Way.”
We actively seek opportunities to give back to our community to help transform various cultures. To achieve this, we encourage and highly value the pro bono efforts of our attorneys and professional staff. The focus of our philanthropic efforts is to educate, inspire and provide legal assistance and fundraising support to organizations that need their voices amplified in order to create real change.
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