Listening to the partners at Kim Vaughan Lerner chime in on a freewheeling conference call feels like sitting in with siblings at a family gathering. They finish each other’s sentences, banter playfully, and correct each other’s stories about how they came into the group.

Despite that comfortable dynamic, what they most have in common is how different they are. And that, they all agree, is a cornerstone of their firm’s success.

“Nobody’s going to be able to address a particular audience perfectly,” says Robert Vaughan, the firm’s commercial litigation chair. “But with the diversity that we have, I think that we can increase the opportunities and the likelihood that we can address their particular life experiences and put our clients’ problems in the context of those life experiences.” Read more here:


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