Keller Rohrback’s Commitment to Diversity

Keller Rohrback is committed to promoting and preserving a firm culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We welcome and support our differences in age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, life experiences, and other characteristics that make each one of us unique. At Keller Rohrback we believe that a diverse workforce provides greater support for our staff and attorneys, leads to better teams, enhances creativity, and better serves our clients and community.   

Our Philosophy

We are committed to fostering and cultivating a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion because we know that the diverse perspectives, experiences, and skills of our workforce make our firm stronger. Our goal is to create an environment of inclusion where people of all marginalized and underrepresented groups feel a true sense of belonging and support. This philosophy stands in concert with our firm policies, procedures, and norms.

Keller Rohrback aspires to continually improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our workplace, so that:

  • We offer a community that supports a sense of connection to one another.

  • We create shared understanding, goals, and values around diversity and inclusion, and offer a safe space to collaborate and communicate openly and in a supportive manner.

  • We welcome individual identities and differences.

  • We all feel empowered to address disparity.

  • We treat others with dignity and respect at all times.

Community Involvement

Keller Rohrback supports our attorneys participating in diversity, equity, and inclusion work inside the firm and within the community through pro bono work and engagement with various local organizations. We also support employee-led affinity and allyship groups intended to provide community and ongoing education to our staff and attorneys, among other efforts to aid in DEI firm-wide growth and conversation.

Keller Rohrback supports numerous social justice programs. Our attorneys and staff are currently involved with many professional and community organizations including: 

  • Access to Justice (ATJ)

  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

  • Asian Bar Association of Washington (ABAW)

  • Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP)

  • Elizabeth Gregory Home

  • Food Lifeline

  • Global Justice Center

  • International Community Health Services (ICHS)

  • Kin On Health Care

  • King County Bar Association’s Neighborhood Legal Clinics 

  • King County Chapter of Washington Women Lawyers (KCWWL)

  • Lambda Legal

  • Latina/o Bar Association of Washington (LBAW)

  • Legal Foundation of Washington

  • Legal Voice

  • Loren Miller Bar Association

  • Lummi Nation Boys and Girls Club

  • Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association of Seattle (MAMAS)

  • Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP)

  • QLaw

  • Treehouse for Kids