Potter Anderson Supports South Asian Bar Association of Delaware’s Anniversary Celebration

June 7, 2017
Firm News

Potter Anderson is proud to mark the South Asian Bar Association of Delaware’s 10th anniversary as a sponsor for the organization’s celebratory networking event. The event, held on June 7 in Wilmington, Del., features Paul Singh Grewal, vice president and deputy general counsel at Facebook. Prior to joining Facebook in 2016, Grewal served as a United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of California.

Potter Anderson is a founding member of SABA-DE, and senior associate Bindu Palapura serves on the board of directors.

SABA-DE is a chapter of the South Asian Bar Association of North America, the umbrella organization which provides a vital link between South Asian attorneys and the South Asian community across North America. On the local level, SABA-DE aims to serve the needs of attorneys, law students and communities of South Asian descent in Delaware, and provide a forum and act as a resource for the Delaware community at large regarding the increasing social, economic and legal intersections between the U.S. and South Asia.

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