For years, I, and others who would identify themselves as leaders in the legal profession’s diversity and inclusion efforts, have advocated for cross-cultural mentoring as a diversity and inclusion strategy. Our assumption has been that cross-cultural mentoring is a good thing. It would enable law students and lawyers to learn about perspectives and experiences to which they might otherwise not be exposed, and …
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