The Boutique Lawyer Show: Intersectionality is critical to legal service delivery

The Boutique Lawyer Show: Intersectionality is critical to legal service delivery

23 November 2021 By Robyn Tongol

The term “intersectionality” was first coined by a lawyer. As a move towards the post-pandemic market, adopting an intersectional approach to legal practice will be increasingly essential for meaningful service of one’s clients.

On this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Regal Lawyers principal Mannie Kaur Verma to discuss what intersectionality means in the context of legal practice, how and why such an approach is so important to Ms Kaur Verma and the barriers she has faced in life that gave rise to such an approach in law.

The pair also talk about how intersectionality pertains to the underlying altruism of legal practice, pushing back against potential scepticism to mainstream adoption of intersectional approaches to clients, how it applies in an increasingly virtual practice environment, and practical steps that lawyers and leaders can take to reposition their collaboration with clients.

Advertisement
Advertisement


If you like this episode, show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (The Lawyers Weekly Show) and by following Lawyers Weekly on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you’d like to lend your voice to the show, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more insights!

SPONSORED CONTENT

Plus, in case you missed them, check out our most recent episodes:

The Boutique Lawyer Show: Intersectionality is critical to legal service delivery
Intro image
lawyersweekly logo