Brown, Goldstein & Levy holds itself to the highest standards of inclusion in all our work. We believe that celebrating diversity, inclusion, and accessibility, including the provision of reasonable accommodations, fosters a collaborative, creative environment in which every person can use their strengths to their fullest and achieve the best results for our clients.
Importantly, we stand with those demanding an end to structural racism and the pervasive mistreatment of the Black community. Our firm has been committed to fighting against racist systems and attitudes since our founding in 1982. The fight continues in our work challenging discrimination in housing, employment, and education, demanding law enforcement accountability through civil rights litigation, promoting access to the ballot box, and seeking justice for those who have been wrongfully convicted. But our firm is more than the cases it litigates. We promise to do more to stamp out inequality as it exists within our communities and our industry. We maintain an active Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee that advances an inclusive workplace environment through trainings, data gathering, and strategic planning.
We are also committed to providing physical access, reasonably modifying our practices, and providing auxiliary aids and services when needed to ensure equal access to our facilities, activities, and services. For example, our offices are wheelchair accessible, we engage sign language interpreters when needed, and our business cards are brailled. If you need any accessibility feature, modification, or auxiliary aid, or if you encounter any barriers on our website, please contact Managing Partner, Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, at email@example.com or 410-962-1030.
We promote equal opportunity within the firm without regard to race, color, ethnicity, physical or mental disability, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, marital status, family responsibilities, or age. BGL implements strategies that challenge systemic inequity, such as employer-assisted home ownership programs to support employees in purchasing homes in Baltimore because we understand that home ownership is the top contributor to household wealth. You can read more about our commitment to equity and pledge to challenge structural racism here.