Cozen O'Connor Encourages Attorneys to Use Preferred Pronouns in Show of Solidarity

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Aaron Krauss discussed with The American Lawyer  how Cozen O'Connor is encouraging its attorneys to use their preferred pronouns in their email signatures. The idea came from a summer associate who included her pronouns in the firm’s summer directory. “I am in a position where I’m always addressed by my preferred pronouns,” Krauss said. “Does it cost me anything to put it in my signature block? No. Does it mean a lot to somebody else who may be constantly misidentified? It could mean the world. What kind of a firm would we be if we didn’t support our attorneys?”

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