Caplin & Drysdale's commitment to diversity and equal opportunity is reflected in both our attorney and professional staff population. Our firm has men and women of different races, ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations and cultures. We strive to recruit, retain and promote distinguished attorneys in the profession from diverse backgrounds, and this commitment to diversity strengthens our core values and firm culture.
We believe that reaching out to the community is essential to the success of our firm. Every year our firm participates in Buildable Hours, a program in which law firms contribute funds and time to help build a home for Habitat for Humanity. In fact, Buildable Hours was co-founded by our firm President, Scott Michel. Caplin & Drysdale is also a long-time supporter of N Street Village, a local nonprofit that serves women facing homelessness, poverty, and related health challenges. In addition, we continuously sponsor various organizations in the area, including Lawyers Have Heart and the Salvation Army Angel Tree program.