New Jersey Labor Lawyer To Be First Minority Woman To Head ABA

, New Jersey Law Journal


Paulette Brown, a longtime advocate for diversity in the profession, is the uncontested nominee for American Bar Association president in 2015, which would make her the first minority woman to hold the post.

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  • Pierre F.

    My congratulations to Ms. Brown in her trailblazing achievements. A truly fitting capstone to a prestigious career.

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