Joan Haratani received the 2013 Multicultural Leadership Award from the National Diversity Council.
Grace Speights named to the Washington Business Journal's list of "Women Who Mean Business" (2012).
Morgan Lewis named one of the "Top 100 Law Firms for Diversity" by MultiCultural Law Magazine (2012).
Larry Turner receives the 2011 Pennsylvania Multicultural Award by the National Diversity Council.
Allyson Ho recognized as one of 20 "Winning Women" by Texas Lawyer (2011).
Grace Speights highlighted as a minority Managing Partner in Diversity & the Bar (2011).
Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality - 100% rating from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation in its Corporate Equality Index (2010–2013).
Marlee Myers honored by the National Diversity Council as one of the "Most Powerful and Influential Women of Pennsylvania" (2010).
Grace Speights listed in Who's Who in Black Washington, D.C. (2010).
Grace Speights named by the National Law Journal as one of "Washington's Most Influential Women Lawyers" (2010) and by the Washingtonian as one of "Washington's 100 Most Powerful Women" (2009).
Receipt by Grace Speights of the Washington Business Journal Minority Business Leader Award (2010).
Named as a Top Law Firm for Diversity by MultiCultural Law magazine (2009).
Receipt by Joan Haratani of the American Bar Association Spirit of Excellence Award (2009).
Receipt by Joan Haratani of the Council on Legal Education Opportunity's Bar Association Diversity Award (2008).
Receipt by Joan Haratani of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund's Award of Excellence for Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Law and Criminal Justice (2008).
Recipient of the Hispanic National Bar Association's Corporate Partner of the Year Award (2007).
Recipient of the first-ever University of Pennsylvania Black Law Students Association "Contribution of Distinction" Award (Feb. 2005).
Recognition of Anne Marie Estevez by Hispanic Business magazine as a "2006 Elite Woman" and finalist in its 2006 Hispanic Woman of the Year award. Anne Marie has also been recognized by Diversity Inc. Magazine and in Working Mother magazine.
Selection of Grace Speights and Celia Roady as two of the Top 50 Women in Washington, D.C. by Super Lawyers magazine.
Election of Joan Haratani as the first female minority president of the Bar Association of San Francisco.
Receipt by Dennis Morikawa and Joan Haratani of the NAPABA "Trailblazer Award" at the NAPABA Annual Convention (Nov. 2006).
Premier sponsor of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA).