Pillsbury recognised with law firm diversity award from Chevron
Pillsbury has been named by the Chevron Law Function as a recipient of its ninth annual Law Firm Diversity Recognition Award.
Established in 2005, the annual award is presented to select Chevron law firms that have distinguished themselves through their commitment to diversity.
Houston office managing partner Samuel Stubbs, environmental, land use and natural resources practice leader Chris McNevin and board member Marcia Pope accepted the honour for Pillsbury on 12 August at an awards ceremony held at Chevron’s Houston offices.
The Chevron law function will donate $5,000 on behalf of each honouree to a non-profit legal organisation of its choosing. Pillsbury has selected the Minority Corporate Counsel Association as its recipient of the contribution.
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