Albert Lin to Discuss Diversity and Inclusion on Upcoming OSU Panel

October 24, 2017

Albert Lin to Discuss Diversity and Inclusion on Upcoming OSU Panel

Ice Miller partner Albert Lin is participating in the luncheon panel discussion, “Seeking to Grow an Inclusive Law Firm Culture” at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law today. 

Albert joins partners from Steptoe & Johnson and Taft, Stettinius & Hollister to address how students can approach interviews and professional development so, as attorneys, they can thrive and contribute to an inclusive law firm culture. Professor Katrina Lee will moderate the panel discussion, which is open to all students.  

Diverse teams that see challenges from different perspectives and cultural references contribute to a firm’s ability to provide excellent counsel to clients and an inclusive work environment embraces the individual differences found throughout society. Nevertheless, firms continue to experience challenges in recruiting and retaining diverse talent.

Topics for panel discussion are based on those issues of diversity and inclusion identified by Moritz students and include how diversity strengthens a law firm, how a firm navigates difference and how to get hired and thrive at a law firm.

Albert is a partner whose practice focuses on complex litigation with notable experience in financial services, government regulatory enforcement and appeals. Prior to joining Ice Miller, Albert served as General Counsel to former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray, where he was the primary manager for securities litigation involving the state of Ohio. Albert also served as law clerk for two federal judges.

Albert earned his Bachelor of Arts from The Ohio State University in 1996 before attending Stanford Law School, where he completed his juris doctorate in 2000. He is an active member of the civic and legal community in Columbus, Ohio.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.



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