Diversity & Inclusion
We recognize that diversity encompasses a wide range of individual characteristics and experiences, including but not limited to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status, mental or physical disability, and genetic information.
At BMG Law, our goal is to foster an inclusive culture that values and supports the unique attributes, perspectives, backgrounds and abilities of every employee. We do this by attracting, developing, retaining, and promoting diverse talent and by creating equal opportunities for individuals to feel included as valued members of our ﬁrm.
We believe it is an ethical responsibility and moral obligation to give back to the communities in which we live and work. Our attorneys provide pro bono support to underserved individuals and organizations, and through this work have touched the lives of many who could not otherwise afford quality legal representation. We actively participate in and support many associations and groups including:
- Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project
- Bullet Theatre Collaborative
- Cantus Novus
- Hockey in New Jersey
- Jersey Battered Women’s Service
- Partners for Women and Justice
- Starman Productions
- The Children’s Therapy Center of North Jersey
Legal Project Management
We know clients have choices in their legal representation and in this day and age, the quality of our work is no longer enough to sustain a lasting client/counsel relationship. We also recognize that each client has different priorities and expectations for each matter.
Through our legal project management (LPM) function, we strive to provide responsive, transparent and thoughtful solutions to meet each client’s unique needs. Our dedicated LPM professionals support the lifecycle of each matter, developing upfront cost projections and fee arrangements, working with our senior partners to assemble a team of attorneys and staff with requisite backgrounds and experience, monitoring as the matter progresses to identify any existing or potential budget deviations, and gaining client feedback to evaluate how the matter was handled and how our ﬁrm can continue to improve in its delivery of service and value.