Richards, Layton & Finger Attorneys Accepted into LCLD Fellows and Pathfinders Programs

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Richards, Layton & Finger is pleased to announce that Nicole Henry has been accepted into the 2024 Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Fellows Program, and Anastasia Bowes and Maya Jackson have been accepted into the 2024 LCLD Pathfinders Program. The LCLD developed these programs to recognize diverse attorneys and enhance their professional development. The Fellows Program, designed for mid-career attorneys, and the Pathfinder Program, for early-career attorneys, offer tools and strategies focused on professional and personal growth, relationship-building, and leadership training.

As a member of the LCLD, Richards Layton actively supports the organization’s goal to create a more diverse and inclusive legal profession in the United States. The firm participates in the LCLD’s 1L Scholars Program, hiring first-year students for its summer associate program. Richards Layton attorneys also participate in the LCLD’s Success in Law School Mentoring Program, serving as mentors to diverse 1L students.

“We’re proud that Nicole, Anastasia, and Maya have been selected to participate in these prestigious LCLD programs,” said Lisa Schmidt, president of Richards Layton and the firm’s LCLD member. “These lawyers demonstrate extraordinary dedication to community service on top of their commitment to delivering excellent legal services to our clients, and we fully support this opportunity for them to continue to develop personally and professionally through their participation in the LCLD.”

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