The Top 50 Firms For Minority Equity Partners – Law360
Check out Law360′s Top 50 Firms for Minority Equity Partners.
While equity partnerships at U.S. law firms remain overwhelmingly white, 50 firms have widened the playing field for attorneys of color, according to Law360 data. These 50 firms have the highest percentage of minority equity partners out of the 308 U.S.-based law firms that disclosed their equity partner data by race to Law360 as part of the 2016 Diversity Snapshot.
AABANY is proud to recognize a few former and current Board Members who are Partners at firms who made the list:
- Karen Lim, Fross Zelnick
- Sylvia Chin, White & Case
- Larry Wee, Paul, Weiss
Learn more about these firms by clicking the link in the title.
Congratulations to Karen Lim on becoming a Partner at Fross Zelnick
Karen Lim, AABANY Director and founding co-chair of the Intellectual Property Committee, was recently named a Partner at Fross Zelnick. Please join us in congratulating her on this great achievement. The full text of the firm’s press release announcing Karen’s elevation can be found by following the link in the title.
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT KAREN LIM has become a partner of the firm. Karen’s practice focuses on the selection, clearance, prosecution, maintenance and enforcement of trademarks in the U.S. and globally; managing worldwide trademark portfolios; and preparing agreements and licenses pertaining to intellectual property.
The Columbia Asian Pacific America Law Students Association invites you to attend their third annual conference: On the Shoulders of Giants: New Horizons for Asian Americans in Law and Politics. The conference will be held on Saturday, March 8 starting at 1pm. Attend one of three panels on Immigration Reform, Minority Identity, and Professional Development or attend dinner with keynote speaker former NYC Comptroller John Liu. Among the speakers at the conference will be AABANY President Mike Huang, President-Elect Clara Ohr and Board Member Karen Lim, who will be joining Helen Wan (author, The Partner Track) and Vivia Chen (blogger, The Careerist) on a panel entitled “Navigating the Career Ladder: Professional Development Strategies for Asian American Attorneys.”
CLE credit will be offered. Tickets are available on our
website at http://blogs.law.columbia.edu/apalsaconference/.