All people are diverse. Every set of twins have a different thumbprint.
All buildings are diverse. No two buildings can be in the exact same location.
All days are diverse. No day can occur at the exact same time as another.
All words are diverse. Each letter of the alphabet has a different phonetic meaning.
Just like how diversity appears to be paramount to everyday life, diversity is also paramount to becoming a high-quality attorney.
No two cases share the exact same case number.
No two rules are written with exact same words.
No two jury members share the exact same analysis and thought process.
No two clients have the exact same story with the exact same details.
An attorney with knowledge of diversity can advocate "you."