diversity, inclusion, equality, gender, equity, race, culture
A developmental network refers to the egocentric network of individuals who take an active interest in and concerted actions toward advancing a protégé’s career. In Part I of this Article, I draw upon the literature to outline the lived experiences of black lawyers, highlighting the need for them to manage their working identity. In Part II, I further develop bicultural experience as a construct for exploring racial minority experience in a professional context with recent developments from the acculturation literature. In Part III, I introduce the developmental network as a vehicle for understanding developmental relationships. Part IV summarizes the methodology for my pilot study and then discusses the preliminary results.
Bicultural Experience in the Legal Profession: A Developmental Network Approach,
83 Fordham L. Rev. 2369
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol83/iss5/9
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