31 min

The Lawyer Behind the Hollywood Inclusion Rider and Other Strategies for Workplace Diversity with Kalpana Kotagal The Jabot

    • Philosophy

Kathryn interviews Kalpana Kotagal, partner at Cohen Milstein and co-author of the Hollywood “Inclusion Rider” (made famous by Frances McDormand during her 2018 Oscars acceptance speech). They talk about strategies for diversity in the workplace and race and gender discrimination.
 
Episode Resources
kkotagal@cohenmilstein.com  https://www.cohenmilstein.com/professional/kalpana-kotagal#:~:text=Kalpana%20Kotagal%20is%20a%20Partner,Ms.   
Episode Highlights
The night of the Oscars - 1:07 Working behind the scenes for a while - 2:01 Diversifying the profession - 8:07 Access and inclusion issues - 9:42 How to use inclusion writers - 11:08 Increasing litigation in the law space - 27:03 What Big Law is doing about inclusion - 28:51 Pressure points - 29:25

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Kathryn interviews Kalpana Kotagal, partner at Cohen Milstein and co-author of the Hollywood “Inclusion Rider” (made famous by Frances McDormand during her 2018 Oscars acceptance speech). They talk about strategies for diversity in the workplace and race and gender discrimination.
 
Episode Resources
kkotagal@cohenmilstein.com  https://www.cohenmilstein.com/professional/kalpana-kotagal#:~:text=Kalpana%20Kotagal%20is%20a%20Partner,Ms.   
Episode Highlights
The night of the Oscars - 1:07 Working behind the scenes for a while - 2:01 Diversifying the profession - 8:07 Access and inclusion issues - 9:42 How to use inclusion writers - 11:08 Increasing litigation in the law space - 27:03 What Big Law is doing about inclusion - 28:51 Pressure points - 29:25

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