Hogan Lovells’ Nadine Peters Selected for Fellows Program of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
24 May 2012
WASHINGTON, D.C., 24 May 2012 – Hogan Lovells announced today that partner Nadine P. Peters (Washington, D.C.) has been selected for the 2012 Fellows Program of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD), a national organization made up of the legal profession’s top general counsels and managing partners. Peters joins a class of 134 U.S. lawyers who have been selected as LCLD Fellows for the year.
“Hogan Lovells’ active role with LCLD speaks to its commitment to diversity, and I am honored to have been selected for this opportunity by the organization and nominated by our Chief Diversity Officer, Claudette Christian,” said Peters, whose practice focuses on healthcare and privacy issues.
The LCLD Fellows Program identifies high-potential lawyers from diverse backgrounds and places them in mentorship roles focused on leadership and business development. Over the course of the year-long fellowship, individuals participate in a robust professional development program which includes extensive contact with LCLD’s top leadership along with managing partners and general counsel who volunteer to discuss professional experiences and challenges.
In addition to Peters, Hogan Lovells 2012 summer associate Lance Goeddel (Denver) is involved with LCLD as a participant in the 1L LCLD Scholars Program, which provides diverse first-year law students the opportunity to work side-by-side with lawyers and other legal specialists in member organizations.