News 20 Jun. 2017

Curtis Ranked in Top Five for Diversity among AmLaw 200 Firms

Curtis has been ranked 5th among all major law firms for diversity by The American Lawyer. The firm’s position in the publication’s 2017 Diversity Scorecard reflects the high percentage of minority attorneys, at 23.3% overall, as well as our 19% minority partner rate. Curtis was also recognized for having the second highest percentage of Hispanic attorneys among its peers.

“Curtis succeeds because it enables its attorneys to succeed, regardless of their background,” explains managing partner Matias A. Vega, adding “having a culturally diverse team is essential to our international practice.”

The annual Diversity Scorecard examines the average number of African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and multiracial lawyers for firms ranked within the Am Law 200 and National Law Journal 250 for the preceding calendar year.

The Award will be presented at a ceremony, to take place in New York in December 2017.