Law firm Prince, Lobel & Tye recently held its first annual diversity event for law students. Close to 70 students from local law schools attended the panel discussion featuring industry leaders of diverse backgrounds. Prince Lobel partner Craig M. Tateronis said the event was aimed at creating a more inclusive legal community.
From left: Pratt & Whitney Assistant Counsel Tavares M. Brewington; Mount Ida College GC Suzanne L. Gallagher; Partners HealthCare GC Brent L. Henry; Brandeis University GC Steven S. Locke; Stephanie D. Neal-Johnson of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development; Converse Inc. GC Rodney C. Pratt; and Prince Lobel’s Tateronis
From left: Jiabei Li, Christine Sunnerberg and Reyna Ramirez
Converse Inc.’s Rodney C. Pratt (left) and Prince Lobel partner Joseph L. Edwards Jr.
Tavares M. Brewington of Pratt & Whitney (left) with Prince Lobel partner Jeffrey J. Pyle
From left: William Johnston, Nicholas Scaptura, Frederick Stoker and Colin Marsetia
Prince Lobel HR Director Lorraine Curry (left) and Quaime V. Lee of the Professional & Career Development Office at Suffolk University