Our network of partners includes more than 75 Fortune 500 companies and global law firms.

Street Law’s Legal Diversity Pipeline Program creates opportunities for law firms and corporate legal departments to teach and inspire diverse high school students who are often underrepresented in the legal profession.

Since launching in 2001, more than 120 corporations, law firms, and ACC chapters have participated in the program, often as a component of their organization’s broader diversity or CSR efforts.

Street Law’s national partners in this program are NALP and the Association of Corporate Counsel.

Our National Partners

The following law firms, corporations, and ACC chapters currently participate in the Legal Diversity Pipeline Program:

Legal Diversity Pipeline Partner City State
Adams & Reese LLP Mobile AL
Baker Botts LLP Austin TX
Baker Botts LLP Dallas TX
Baker Botts LLP New York NY
Baker McKenzie LLP Dallas TX
Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod† Miami FL
Epstein, Becker & Green PC New York NY
Holland & Knight LLP Washington DC
Kirkland & Ellis LLP San Francisco CA
Kirkland & Ellis LLP Washington DC
Paul, Weiss LLP Washington DC
Paul, Weiss LLP New York NY
Steptoe & Johnson PLLC Bridgeport WV
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz LLP New York NY
White & Case LLP New York NY
ACC - Central Florida Chapter with Holland & Knight* Orlando FL
ACC - Chicago Chapter Chicago IL
ACC - Chicago Chapter Elgin IL
ACC - Dallas Fort Worth Chapter Dallas TX
ACC - Georgia Chapter Atlanta GA
ACC - Global Prince George's Co. MD
ACC - Greater Philadelphia Chapter Philadelphia PA
ACC - San Francisco Bay Area Chapter San Francisco CA
ACC - Southern CA Chapter Los Angeles CA
ACC - St. Louis Chapter St. Louis MO
ACC - Washington State Chapter Seattle WA
ACC - Houston Chapter Houston TX
ACC - Milwaukee Chapter with Foley & Lardner LLP* Milwaukee WI
ACC - Tampa Bay Chapter with the Pace Center* Tampa Bay FL
ACC - National Capital Region Chapter with Hogan Lovells* Richmond VA
ACC - National Capital Region Chapter with Hogan Lovells* Washington DC
AIG Houston TX
AIG Los Angeles CA
AIG New York City NY
Allstate Chicago IL
Allstate Dallas TX
Allstate Washington DC
Allstate Detroit MI
Allstate Hartford CT
Allstate Houston TX
Allstate Los Angeles CA
Allstate Miami FL
Allstate Wall NJ
Allstate New Orleans LA
Allstate New York City NY
Allstate Orlando FL
Allstate Philadelphia PA
Allstate San Francisco CA
Allstate Seattle WA
Allstate Tampa FL
Anthem Chicago IL
Anthem Cincinnati OH
Anthem Indianapolis IN
Anthem Los Angeles CA
Anthem Machester NH
Anthem Arlington VA
Anthem Richmond VA
AT&T Atlanta GA
AT&T Austin TX
AT&T Dallas TX
AT&T San Francisco CA
BASF Florham Park NJ
Capital One* Richmond VA
Caterpillar Peoria IL
The Coca-Cola Company, King & Spalding, and Emory Law School* Atlanta GA
Discovery New York City NY
Eli Lilly & Company with Faegre Drinker LLP* Indianapolis IN
Exelon with Venable LLP Washington DC
GE Capital Chicago IL
GE Capital White Plains NY
GE Healthcare Milwaukee WI
GE Power & Water Atlanta GA
General Motors Detroit MI
Google Sunnyvale CA
The Home Depot with Alston & Bird LLP* Atlanta GA
Honeywell Atlanta GA
Honeywell Charlotte NC
HP, Inc. Palo Alto CA
HP, Inc. Plano TX
HP, Inc. San Diego CA
HPE Washington DC
HPE Houston TX
HPE Newark NJ
ACC - National Capital Region with Hughes Network Systems* Germantown MD
International Paper Memphis TN
JM Family Enterprises Deerfield Beach FL
Marriott Vacations Worldwide Orlando FL
McDonalds Chicago IL
Merck Rahway NJ
Merck North Wales PA
Microsoft Redmond WA
Morgan Stanley New York NY
Nationwide Columbus OH
Nationwide Des Moines IA
Nationwide Scottsdale AZ
Netflix Los Angeles CA
Pfizer New York NJ
Southern CA Edison El Monte CA
UPS Atlanta GA
Verizon Arlington VA
Verizon Ashburn VA
Verizon Chicago IL
Verizon Dallas TX
Verizon Basking Ridge NJ
Verizon New York NY
Verizon San Francisco CA
Verizon Silver Spring MD
Verizon Valhalla NY
Walmart Bentonville AR

* Why do some program sites have partners? Some companies and firms partner with each other or with local law schools, professional associations, or community-based organizations to increase their overall capacity to serve more high school students and provide additional law-related programming.

† Sustaining Partner: Our Sustaining Partners make a larger financial contribution so that additional students may participate in the program.