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Calibrate ID

Calibrate Legal’s annual research program, Calibrate ID, aims to measure and understand inclusion and diversity (defined in terms of gender, race, LGBTQ+, disability, and military service) among business service professionals at Am Law 200 firms. The first-of-its-kind study seeks to address inclusion and diversity efforts at law firms more holistically and to foster innovation.

What They’re Saying

We developed a great partnership with Calibrate Legal during our recent high-profile CMO search. The white glove service Calibrate Legal provided was above and beyond. Their dedication, attention to detail and project management was unparalleled and saved us many valuable partner hours and tens of thousands of dollars. We are extremely satisfied with the services we received.

Jennifer BluesteinChief Talent Officer | Perkins Coie LLP

They only send through quality matches and provide valuable insight and knowledge along the way.

Christa CraneChief Client Development & Marketing Officer, Loeb & Loeb

We engaged Calibrate Legal to find the right executive-level match for our unique firm culture. Jennifer took the time to learn about us, helped us craft the perfect strategy, and brought us a slate of excellent candidates that far exceeded our expectations.

Marc WeintraubPartner, Bailey & Glasser LLP
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