Embracing Inclusion in the Legal Profession

Greater Cincinnati Minority Counsel Program

GCMCP Programing

The GCMCP maintains an active calendar of CLE Programs, networking events and social events designed to promote inclusion in the legal community. Our Annual Events include a Managing Partner/General Counsel Luncheon, Minority Intern Luncheon, Mid-Year Meeting and Annual Meeting. In addition we offer quarterly CLE programs and social networking opportunities. Our newest programs include GCMCP Connect and new member breakfast and luncheon meetings. Please feel free contact us for additional information. Descriptions of our education programs can be found here. Our networking and social events can be found here.

Resources for Attorneys

Useful Links

Center for Legal Inclusiveness
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
Minority Corporate Counsel Association
Association of Law Firm Diversity Professionals
ABA Office of Diversity Initiatives
Association of Corporate Counsel
The National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms
The National Association of Women Lawyers
The National Bar Association
The Hispanic National Bar Association
The National LGTB Bar Association
ABA Commission on Mental and Physical Disabilities

GCMCP Gazette

The GCMCP Gazette is our quarterly newsletter that allows members to stay up to date with news, member spotlights and activities of members and the GCMCP. Alex Song, Gazette Editor, welcomes your feedback, ideas and news that you or your organization would like to share with fellow members. Please forward article ideas, announcements, member accolades and calendar items to Alex Song, Thompson Hine or Michelle Moeller, Executive Director.

Prior issues of the Gazette

Upcoming Events

GCMCP Annual Meeting

3pm - 6pm Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Phoenix

Don't miss this event as we feature guest speaker, Justice Alan Page. Alan Page first gained fame as a defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings in the 1970s, and embarked on a legal career after retiring from football. He served as an associate justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court from 1993 until he reached the court's mandatory retirement age of 70 in 2015. Page is a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and is considered one of the greatest defensive linemen ever to play the game. We will also have a judges panel that Justice Page will moderate.

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