A Shared Vision

Six Dallas legal associations, each with a diverse membership base and deep individual commitments to equity and inclusion, have joined forces to create the Dallas Legal Equity and Diversity (LEAD) Job Board. 

Our members include lawyers diverse in gender, race, ethnicity and sexual orientation who work as in-house counsel, government and private-practice attorneys across North Texas. Through the Dallas LEAD Job Board, we aim to make a positive impact on the quality and quantity of job opportunities available to diverse attorney candidates, creating a measurable positive impact on DEI efforts in the North Texas legal market.

Making Connections 

By consolidating our efforts and membership, the Dallas LEAD Job Board serves as a centralized hub for law firms, in-house departments and government entities seeking to interview (and hire) well-qualified, diverse attorney candidates. Whether you represent a firm or company looking for talent or you are a practitioner exploring new career paths, our goal is to facilitate those connections for the benefit of the entire legal community. 

How It Works 

Although all users can see the posted jobs, only members of Dallas LEAD Associations can apply. Current members can gain access by entering an organization-specific code provided by their Dallas LEAD Association. 

Not a member yet? Click any of the images below to be redirected to their website to join. After you’ve joined, you will receive a code from your organization needed to access the Dallas LEAD Job Board. Once you have, come back to register and apply!

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Disclaimer: The Dallas LEAD Job Board is a community platform; it is not the agent of any employer using this platform. The postings are based on information from the employer, and the Dallas LEAD Job Board disclaims responsibility for any acts or statements by employers posting on this platform. The Dallas LEAD Job Board prohibits unlawful discrimination and will remove job postings if they appear to discriminate against applicants based on race, color, sex, religion, creed, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.