The Florida Bar International Law Section
Recognizes Black History Month
with a Statement of Solidarity
The International Law Section of The Florida Bar stands in solidarity with the Black community and condemns racism, intolerance and social injustice. We support all those who seek to expose and rectify systemic racism not only in our criminal justice system and legal profession, but across American society as a whole. Further, our Public International Law, Human Rights & Global Justice Committee stands ready to effect positive change on equality and justice for the Black community through activities and advocacy in Florida and abroad.
Please join the International Law Section, eMerge Americas, and the Miami Finance Forum on February 25, 2021 for their Webinar “Black Women in Business,” starting at 11:00 a.m. The panel, featuring Teri P. McClure, former General Counsel and Chief HR Officer, UPS; Marilyn Holifield, Partner at Holland & Knight; Leigh-Ann Buchanan, President, Aire Ventures; and Brigette Lumpkins, Director, EisnerAmper; and moderated by Vania Laguerre, SVP, Local Market Executive, Bank of America, will provide a candid conversation with black businesswomen about their personal and professional journey, challenges and successes, to raise awareness, provide perspective, and discuss solutions to inequities in the business community at a critical time. Admission to the Zoom Webinar is free. To sign up, please follow this link.