Entries by NCBA MIP

MIP Event Recap: Insights from NCBA’s Minority Corporate Counsel Panel

By Robyn Magee  The legal landscape is evolving, and diversity in the legal profession is becoming increasingly important. Recognizing this, the Minorities in the Profession Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association recently hosted an enlightening event – the “Minority Corporate Counsel: Being Diverse in Corporate Law” panel. The purpose of this event was to […]

Get To Know New Members: Michelle Dewkett-Kochhar

By Michelle Dewkett-Kochhar MIP’s Get to Know New Members is a new blog feature to spotlight new members to the MIP Committee from North Carolina’s community of diverse attorneys and legal professionals. Members have the opportunity to introduce themselves to the broader community through a brief set of interview questions. Everyone, meet Michelle Dewkett-Kocchar. What […]

MIP’s Diverse Perspectives: Sidney Minter

By Sidney Minter MIP’s Diverse Perspectives is a monthly blog feature to spotlight a member from North Carolina’s community of diverse attorneys and legal professionals. Members have the opportunity to share a personal perspective through a brief set of interview questions. This month’s perspective is courtesy of Sidney Minter. What law school did you attend […]

MIP’s Diverse Perspectives: Sylvia Novinsky

By Sylvia K. Novinsky MIP’s Diverse Perspectives is a monthly blog feature to spotlight a member from North Carolina’s diverse community of attorneys and legal professionals. Each month, an MIP member shares their personal perspective through a brief set of interview questions. This month’s perspective is courtesy of Sylvia Novinsky. What law school did you […]

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MIP’s Diverse Perspectives: Clayton Morgan

By Clayton Morgan MIP’s Diverse Perspectives is a monthly blog feature to spotlight a member from North Carolina’s diverse community of attorneys and legal professionals. Each month, an MIP member shares their personal perspective through a brief set of interview questions. This month’s perspective is courtesy of Clayton Morgan. What law school did you attend, […]

MIP’s Diverse Perspectives: Giovonni Wade

By Giovonni Wade MIP’s Diverse Perspectives is a monthly blog feature to spotlight a member from North Carolina’s community of diverse attorneys and legal professionals. Members have the opportunity to share a personal perspective through a brief set of interview questions. This month’s perspective is courtesy of Giovonni Wade, Director of Diversity Initiatives, University of […]

MIP’s Get to Know New Members Series

By Keisha Murray and Cherell M. Harris MIP’s Get to Know New Members is a new blog feature to spotlight new members to the MIP Committee from North Carolina’s community of diverse attorneys and legal professionals. Members have the opportunity to introduce themselves to the broader community through a brief set of interview questions. This […]

MIP’s Diverse Perspectives: Evin L. Grant

By Evin L. Grant MIP’s Diverse Perspectives is a monthly blog feature to spotlight a member from North Carolina’s community of diverse attorneys and legal professionals. Members have the opportunity to share a personal perspective through a brief set of interview questions. This month’s perspective is courtesy of Evin L. Grant, Policy Director, North Carolina […]

Adelante! Moving Forward Event

By Preetha Suresh Rini The North Carolina Bar Association’s Minorities in the Profession Committee (MIP) presented the annual ¡Adelante! | Moving Forward event on Saturday, January 29, 2022, via Zoom. Preetha Suresh Rini (Robinson Bradshaw) and Giovonni Wade (UNC Law) co-chaired the event and participated in the program. The event was presented to inform law […]

MIP’s Diverse Perspectives: Alison Ashe-Card

By Alison Ashe-Card  MIP’s Diverse Perspectives is a monthly blog feature to spotlight a member from North Carolina’s community of diverse attorneys and legal professionals. Members have the opportunity to share a personal perspective through a brief set of interview questions. This month’s perspective is courtesy of Alison Ashe-Card, Associate Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Wake […]