Foley Attends 2020 Lavender Law Conference & Career Fair

14 August 2020 Foley Career Perspectives Blog
Authors: Amy B. Moynihan

Kerri Klippel, Manager, Legal Recruiting, is also a co-author of this article.

For the past 16 years, Foley & Lardner LLP has been a proud sponsor of the Lavender Law Conference & Career Fair.  We look forward to participating virtually this year and invite all law students to stop by our virtual booth during the Career Fair from 1 PM to 5 PM CST on Friday, August 14! 

The Recruiting team staffing our booth this year is led by Partner John Litchfield, Of Counsel Jeff Buak, and Associate Emma Blumer.  Our attorneys are excited to share their experiences and connect with diverse law students from across the country.  

At Foley, we are dedicated to fostering an environment that embraces differences, promotes equality, and engenders mutual respect, thereby creating a culture of inclusion where everyone has the opportunity to excel. We are committed to recruiting, retaining, and promoting diverse attorneys, thereby resulting in a diversity of perspectives that benefit the firm, our clients, and the communities in which we practice.

We encourage you to explore Foley.com, including our Diversity & Inclusion and Careers pages for more information about our programs, initiatives, partnerships, and people.

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Authors

Amy B. Moynihan

Director of Legal Recruiting