Robins Kaplan Shortlisted for Four Chambers Diversity and Inclusion Awards

May 3, 2019

Robins Kaplan is pleased to announce that the firm and three attorneys have been shortlisted for Chambers Diversity and Inclusion awards in four categories. They include:

  • Robins Kaplan LLP – Outstanding Firm for Furthering Diversity and Inclusion: Recognizes a firm that has shown an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion in the legal profession.
  • Brandon Vaughn – Minority Lawyer of the Year: Recognizes a partner who has shown dedication and commitment to minority diversity programs and/or taken an active role in organizing events or discussions helping to further the advancement of minorities in the law.
  • Fred Braunstein – Future Leader - LGBT+ Equality: Recognizes an associate who is leading the way in their commitment to LGBT+ diversity and inclusion.
  • Kellie Lerner – Outstanding Contribution to Furthering the Advancement of Diversity in the Legal Profession: Recognizes a partner that has shown an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion in the legal profession.

Chambers’ Diversity and Inclusion Awards celebrate the achievements of lawyers from non-traditional backgrounds and shine a spotlight on the firms and individuals affecting positive change in the legal profession. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on June 6 in San Francisco.


Frederick Andrew
Braunstein

Associate

Pronouns: he/him

Kellie Lerner

Partner

Co-Chair, Antitrust and Trade Regulation Group;
Co-Chair, Diversity Committee
Pronouns: she/her

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