A law firm in downtown Chicago needed some portraits taken of two attorneys for an upcoming magazine feature. I was thrilled when I saw their office space because I knew we could get some bright, clean shots that would work beautifully for the vertical layout needed for the magazine.
The piece was on how Kelly Services’ legal officer is actively promoting and making changes for more inclusion. The article states that “Diversity is very important to Kelly as a firm, to work with diverse vendors and professionals who reflect the communities in which we live and work,” says Lim-Johnson. In the end, based on the firm’s diversity offerings, Kelly Services hired Seyfarth Shaw to handle its US labor and employment litigation and advice and counseling work. As a result, Kelly Services now works with a greater variety of outside attorneys, including Kevin Fritz, a Seyfarth lawyer with muscular dystrophy who devised a critical new technology, the Kelly Counseling Automation Tool, which he affectionately named KCAT.” Read more about Lim-Johnson and Fritz here.