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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

At Hawley Troxell, we are committed to putting forward-thinking policies in place that help us foster a diverse and inclusive environment. We define diversity to include differences in race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, work and life status, ethnic origin, culture, spiritual beliefs and practices, age, physical and mental ability, and veteran status.

This commitment and culture help us attract, develop, engage, and retain the best talent. We demonstrate leadership and commitment through our interactions in the workplace and with our clients. We strive to leverage differences to anticipate and meet the needs of our clients while tapping into the innovation and creativity that comes from diverse perspectives. The spirit of diversity and inclusion is demonstrated in our behaviors — the way we interact with each other and conduct our business.

Inclusive Workplace Policies

Parental Leave

Family is important to us. That’s why Hawley Troxell is proud to offer 12 weeks of parental leave to our employees — whether they’re becoming a new mother or father and whether they’re having a child or adopting. 

Nursing Mothers Accommodation

New mothers essentially have two full-time jobs when they return from leave — that’s why we do everything we can to offer flexibility and relief. Hawley Troxell provides a private nursing mother’s room, as well as time in addition to normal breaks for employees who need to pump.

Blonde woman in white shirt speaking to brown haired woman with her back turned in an office

Community Involvement or Organizational Memberships

From organizations that promote diversity in the legal industry to nonprofits that lift up people in the places we work, Hawley Troxell takes pride in our commitment to community involvement. Learn more about a few of the organizations we support below.

Dress For Success

The office collecting clothing for Dress for Success, a non-profit dedicated to empowering women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

Idaho Business Review Women of the Year

Dana Reid receiving Women of the Year award.


Attorney Chelsea Porter receiving TWIN Award. The annual Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN):

– Honors women who have excelled in their fields and made significant contributions to industry in executive, managerial and professional roles

– Salutes corporations whose policies and practices encourage high achievement by women and provides equal advancement opportunities for women of diverse backgrounds

– Provides an opportunity for women to network