Readinger, Buckley and Jackson Selected for 2022 LCLD Programs
As part of Potter Anderson’s continuing commitment to supporting the work of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, three firm lawyers have been selected to participate in this year’s LCLD programs.
Counsel Laura Readinger will join the LCLD Fellows Program, an intensive, yearlong professional development program that mentors the legal industry’s diverse leaders of tomorrow. Associates Jen Buckley and Callan Jackson will participate in the LCLD Pathfinders Program, a seven-month professional program designed to train high-performing, early-career attorneys on foundational leadership and relationship-building.
Readinger counsels clients and co-counsel on the many challenges associated with eDiscovery. She provides cost-effective and efficient project management solutions to clients in what is a complex and continually changing area of the law. She is also a Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS) by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists.
Buckley advises employers on adopting and implementing effective policies consistent with federal and state law; responding to employee requests for leave and accommodation; avoiding and responding to discrimination claims; and more.
Jackson is an associate in the firm’s Corporate Litigation Group. She focuses her practice primarily on corporate and commercial litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Potter Anderson was recently recognized by LCLD as a Compass Award Winner and Top Performer. Kathleen Furey McDonough, chair of the firm, has made a leader’s pledge to advance the firm’s diversity, equity and inclusion work.
To learn more about LCLD’s mission to build a more open and diverse legal profession, visit its website.
To learn more about Potter Anderson’s commitment to LCLD, contact Chief Diversity Officer Bill Chapman.