Orrick intellectual property partner Antony Pfeffer has been selected to the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s (LCLD) 2017 Fellows Program. He joins a class of 250 attorneys from around the country who have been selected as LCLD Fellows for 2017. Launched in 2011, the year-long program identifies high-potential attorneys from diverse backgrounds and sets them on a path to leadership in their organizations.
Orrick has been an active member of LCLD since 2010. Past Orrick LCLD Fellows include partners Valerie Goo, Warrington Parker, Tony Kim, Eric Hairston, Darren Teshima, Gigi John and Chris Wilkinson. Last year, the firm was also ranked as a 2016 Top Performer by LCLD, underscoring Orrick’s ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.
Orrick has also nominated associates Alvin Lee and Megan Lawson to participate in LCLD’s Pathfinders Program - now in its second year - which mentors high-potential, early career attorneys.