Be You.

At Brattle, we’re committed to promoting equity and inclusion across all identities and experiences. We strive to develop a culture where each colleague feels a profound sense of safety, pride, inclusion, and belonging. This commitment drives our recruiting, professional development, and leadership initiatives, helping us to build an environment that generates creative ideas, holds esteem for others’ opinions, and leads to high-quality work and fulfilling careers. It enables everyone to bring their full, authentic selves to work – empowering you to Be You.

While we’re early in our diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) journey, we aren’t satisfied with our own or our industry’s status quo. We’re committed to proactively driving change in our own organization and pushing our larger communities to transform on a broader scale.

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Our Commitment to Equity and Justice

Brattle unequivocally rejects racism and discrimination – in all forms, and across all geographies.

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Our DEI Council

Our DEI Council includes 30+ active thought leaders from all levels across Brattle’s global offices, who advise and recommend actions to the broader firm. It’s a key forum for colleagues to voice ideas, raise concerns, encourage accountability, and make actionable and measurable progress on DEI-related matters. The DEI Council collaborates with the firm’s DEI Steering Committee – which is led by Board Chairman Yvette Austin Smith and Board member Mike Cragg – along with the relevant Professional Services teams, to determine and implement Brattle’s DEI strategy and related initiatives.

Our Employee Resource Groups

Volunteer employee resource groups led by Brattlers and supported by the firm.

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The logo for BProud, Brattle's employee resource group for LGBTQ+ employees and their allies. The logo is a navy blue B with a rainbow running across it, followed by
The logo for BCaring, Brattle's employee resource group for parents and other caregivers and their allies. The logo is a heart turned on it's side to look like the letter B with a pink to orange gradient, followed by the word
The logo for Brattle's API employee resource group. It reads API and is colored with a gradient of orange to green going from left to right across the letters

Building an empowered culture

Bring your whole self to work

A resource group that provides additional support for parents, other caregivers, and their allies

A resource group for the Asian & Pacific Islander community