The TMCP was created in 1993 with the mission of increasing opportunities for diverse attorneys who provide legal services to corporate and governmental clients, and to expose organizations to the legal talent of diverse attorneys in Texas. The program, which is open to all attorneys, aims to bolster the amount and significance of legal work obtained by minority, women, and LGBTQ+ attorneys, and attorneys of other groups historically underrepresented.
The committee’s first order of business is planning TMCP’s 30th anniversary conference, which will be held November 2-4 at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas.
At Wittliff | Cutter, excellence and diversity go hand in hand. Half of our partners are women or minorities. Diverse perspectives enable us to identify and evaluate multiple approaches to legal challenges, exponentially increasing the likelihood of positive outcomes for our clients. We are committed to maintaining the diversity of our partnership and are actively engaged in legal and community diversity efforts, locally, and nationally.