Sheryl Axelrod Presented At The 1-hour West / Thomson Reuter’s Podcast
Sheryl Axelrod, Sandy Sakamoto, and in-house counsel Jeffrey Hutton presented the 1-hour West LegalEdcenter / Thomson Reuters podcast, “Diversity: It Makes for Stronger Trial Teams.”
In this for 1-CLE credit podcast moderated by Jeffrey, Sheryl, and Sandy explained why diverse trial teams stand to perform better than traditional, homogenous teams and other exciting findings contained in the breakthrough article Sheryl and Sandy co-authored, “Diverse Trial Teams: A Competitive Advantage.”
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) are core values of Sheryl and Sandy and their law respective firms, The Axelrod Firm and LimNexus LLP. The two law firms, which are members of National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF), understand that their DE&I also gives them a competitive advantage. DE&I are similarly part of the values and culture of Jeff’s company, Exelon, which also recognizes DE&I as a strategic business imperative.