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Richards, Layton & Finger prioritizes diversity with new role

Katie Tabeling
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WILMINGTON — Doneene Damon, the first chief diversity director at Richards, Layton & Finger, knows that the state’s top firm is strong in recruitment. But looking to the future of the firm, her main goals include expanding a pipeline further and doubling down on retention efforts. “We’ve been very deliberate with recruitment and successful in

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