The First Judicial District Attorney’s Office (Gilpin/Jefferson) has extended its efforts to promote equity, diversity and inclusivity by joining the Center for Legal Inclusiveness.“Our office is dedicated to equity, diversity and inclusivity,” said District Attorney Alexis King. “By partnering with the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, we will further our commitment to these principles and continue to build trust with the people we serve.”Since its founding in 2007, the Center for Legal Inclusiveness (CLI) has been advancing diversity in the legal profession by supporting organizations in their efforts to create cultures of inclusion.“Joining the Center for Legal Inclusiveness demonstrates a commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI) solutions,” said CLI Chief Executive Officer Sara Scott. “CLI believes that EDI is a social and racial justice tool that plays an integral role in fighting systemic racism and creating a legal system that is representative of all. As an organization, CLI could not be more enthusiastic about welcoming Colorado’s First Judicial District Attorney’s Office as a member, demonstrating their dedication to EDI efforts and true change.”The First Judicial DA’s Office becomes a CLI member alongside the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, U.S. Attorney’s Office and four other Colorado DA’s offices that serve Adams, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, El Paso and Teller counties. Non-government members include numerous corporations, private law firms and nonprofit organizations.