Brazil’s law firm association CESA, which is formed by 1,000 law firms from around the country, has launched a guide to further encourage pro-diversity practices in Brazilian law firms.

CESA’s guide is available on its website. It was published on 4 December during CESA’s 35th anniversary party, held in São Paulo. “Sharing good practices within law firms makes competition fairer and establishes a productive work environment,” says CESA president Carlos José Santos da Silva, who is a partner at Machado Meyer Advogados. 

(Latin Lawyer)
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