Podcast Episode 50: Doug Lightfoot, Summer Associate

15 June 2021 Foley Career Perspectives Blog
Authors: Alexis P. Robertson

This episode of The Path & The Practice features a conversation with Doug Lightfoot. Doug is a summer associate in Foley’s Washington, D.C. In this discussion, Doug reflects on growing-up in Macon, GA, attending Morehouse College and Howard University School of Law where he is a rising 3L. Doug also discusses the 5-years that he spent as an Assistant Division Chief for the U.S Coast Guard before attending law school and why he prioritized attending HBCU’s for both college and law school. Finally, Doug discusses his experience as a summer associate experiences at Foley. Listen to the full discussion below.   

Doug's Profile: 

  • Title:  Summer Associate
  • Foley Office:  Washington, D.C.
  • Hometown:  Macon, GA
  • College:  Morehouse College
  • Law School:  Howard University Law School
     

 

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Alexis P. Robertson

Director of Diversity & Inclusion

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