About Us


At Greenberg Glusker, diversity is more than a core value; it is central to our identity.

Founded in 1959 by individuals not welcomed in traditional law firms due to religious discrimination, our firm culture was rooted in diversity and inclusion from the beginning. These principles drive our efforts to recruit, retain, and promote top legal talent from diverse backgrounds.

In addition to our recruiting efforts, we strive to create clear and measurable leadership opportunities for women and minorities at all levels within our firm, including on our Management Committee, Chairs of Practice and Industry Groups, and leaders of committees such as Associate and Lateral Partner Recruiting, Mentorship and Strategic Planning.

Our attorneys are consistently recognized among the top women and minority attorneys in Los Angeles and California, earning honors such as “Women of Influence: Attorneys”, Los Angeles Business Journal, “Leaders of Influence: Minority Attorneys”, Los Angeles Business Journal, “Law Firm Leaders”, Lawyers of Color, “Top Women Lawyers”, Daily Journal and “Inspirational Women Leadership Awards”, Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing.

We offer extensive mentoring, training, and professional development opportunities through our formal mentoring program, Women’s Leadership Group, and marketing/business development training modules. Our training focus also includes managing client relationships and representing clients in critical legal matters in court and the boardroom.

Our recent diversity initiatives include:

  • Launching a book scholarship program for diverse 1L law students in the Southern California area.
  • Participating in the Association of Corporate Counsel SoCal Diversity Internship Program since its inauguration, offering mentorship, hosting panel discussions, and organizing end-of-summer receptions for diverse 1L law students during their summer in-house internships.
  • Celebrating events like Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Native American Heritage Month, Pride Month, LGBTQ+ History Month, Women’s Equality Day, Dia De Los Muertos and Diwali, with educational content, speaker engagement and open forums. 
  • Hosting private events for the firm’s women attorneys and LGBTQ+ attorneys, allowing them an opportunity to exchange thoughts and information relevant to their life experiences and career paths.
  • Promoting and supporting 30+ affinity-related organizations, in addition to supporting BIPOC-owned local businesses.
  • Providing organizational and financial support for attorneys serving leadership roles in organizations that seek to advance diversity within the legal and business communities, such as the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s (LACBA) Diversity in the Profession Section, LACBA President’s Advisory Committee on Women in the Legal Profession, the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee for the Association for Corporate Growth – Los Angeles, the Korean American Bar Association and the Japanese American Bar Association.
  • Our Diversity Committee works with our Pro Bono Committee to identify and partner with public interest organizations that benefit underserved communities. All our associate attorneys are eligible to receive unlimited billable credit for time devoted to pro bono work.