Three Robinson Bradshaw Attorneys Selected for Leadership Council on Legal Diversity ProgramsPDF
Robinson Bradshaw attorneys Jason Kerr, Katherine Moles and Emily Schultz have been selected to participate in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity action programs for diverse, high-potential attorneys. Kerr will be an LCLD Fellow, joining a cohort of mid-career attorneys; Moles and Schultz will be LCLD Pathfinders with other early-career attorneys. The programs provide professional and personal development experiences, leadership trainings, relationship-building opportunities and a robust alumni community.
LCLD is an organization of more than 400 corporate chief legal officers and law firm managing partners who are personally committed to creating a truly diverse legal profession. Robinson Bradshaw is proud to be an LCLD member.
Kerr practices in the areas of investment management, fund formation and general corporate law, with an emphasis on private equity. He advises fund sponsors on the structure, offering and ongoing management of private investment funds, including associated regulatory and compliance issues pertaining to both the investment manager and the collective investment vehicle. Kerr is based in the firm’s Charlotte office.
Moles focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and general corporate law. She represents private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies in acquisitions and dispositions and also represents lenders and borrowers in financing transactions. Moles is based in the firm’s Charlotte office.
Schultz is an experienced class action and complex commercial disputes litigator. She has defended numerous companies and financial institutions facing putative class actions for alleged violations of federal securities laws; represented major clients in complex commercial disputes and federal antitrust litigation; and counseled clients through high-stakes DOJ, SEC and internal investigations. Schultz is based in the firm’s Research Triangle office.