At Munck Wilson Mandala, we are committed to an inclusive, open and respectful environment where all personnel are recognized for their achievements and encouraged to realize their fullest potential. Our diversity, or rather, our inclusiveness, makes us a stronger law firm, a more creative law firm, and a law firm that brings to bear varied perspectives, experiences, backgrounds, talents and interests in the service of our clients.
Black Tie Dinner, Inc.
Black Tie Dinner, Inc. is one of the largest LGBT fund-raising dinners in the country. Through its annual fundraising dinner and related programs, Black Tie Dinner raises funds for the national Human Rights Campaign Foundation and up to 20 LGBT-supportive nonprofit organizations in North Texas. The North Texas beneficiaries include AIDS services organizations, legal services providers, and arts groups.
Dallas Asian-American Bar Association
The Dallas Asian American Bar Association (“DAABA”) is a 350+ member legal organization created for the benefit of Asian-American attorneys, law students, and other legal professionals located in the DFW metroplex. DAABA advocates for the interest of Asian American attorneys and promotes the professional growth and good community standing of its members.
Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s (GAHCC) primary goal is to continue the advancement and progression of a strong and stable economic culture for Hispanic Businesses. The Chamber strives to reach these goals by developing business and management skills and bridging access to financial capital and maintaining our cultural values and integrity
Junior League of Dallas
The Junior League of Dallas is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The organization has over 5,000 women members who annually give more than 130,000uncompensated hours of service to the projects and agencies supported by JLD.
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) is the national association of Asian Pacific American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students. NAPABA represents the interests of over 50,000 attorneys and over 75 national, state, and local bar associations. Its members include solo practitioners, large firm lawyers, corporate counsel, legal services and non-profit attorneys, and lawyers serving at all levels of government. NAPABA engages in legislative and policy advocacy, promotes Asian Pacific American political leadership and political appointments, and builds coalitions within the legal profession and the community at large.
Network of Indian Professionals, Dallas Chapter
NetIP-Dallas is an organization dedicated to helping South Asian professionals in the communities in which they live and work through community service, professional development, cultural awareness, and political awareness.
Women in IP Law
Part of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, Women in IP Law’s mission is to inspire and empower women in IP to reach their potential. The Women in IP committee strives to be a leader in the awareness and understanding of women’s issues in IP. The committee develops content to facilitate members’ professional development and to maximize a truly balanced and inspired life.