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Diversity Matters Newsletter

Recent awards and recognition for our diverse attorneys:

Teresa L. Bailey, Linda S. Finley and Linda A. Klein are among the 13 attorneys with Baker Donelson who were named to the 2017 edition of Georgia Super Lawyers.

Rachel Barlotta (Birmingham) was selected by Alabama State Bar as one of 30 members for the 2017 Leadership Forum in Class 13.

Jonell Beeler (Jackson) was recognized among the Top 10 Lawyers in the Mississippi Business Journal's 2016 Leadership in Law list.

Sheryl Bey (Jackson) was named to the 2016 Mid-South Super Lawyers list, and Nakimuli Davis-Primer, Wendy Ellard, and Jennifer Hall, (all Jackson) were named 2016 Mid-South Rising Stars.

Lisa Borden (Birmingham) received the Susan Bevill Livingston award, which is presented by the Legal Aid Society of Birmingham in memory of Susan Bevill Livingston to honor an attorney that has provided extraordinary advocacy and counsel in the areas of indigent defense and pro-bono representation.

Julie Boswell (Nashville) was recognized in the 2017 Nashville Business Journal "Woman of Influence" awards program.

Amy Elder (Jackson) was named one of Mississippi Business Journal's Fifty Leading Business Women for 2016.

Sharonda Fancher (Birmingham) was named one of Birmingham Business Journal's Rising Star Lawyers for 2016.

Donna Fraiche (New Orleans) was appointed to the American Hospital Association Committee on Governance. She was also named as a Louisiana Bar Foundation "Distinguished Attorney," will be honored at a gala in April and has been appointed to serve on the Nominating Committee of GNO, Inc.

Charles Grant (Nashville) was the co-recipient of the 2017 J.C. Napier Trailblazer Award.

Jennifer McNamara (New Orleans) was named to the New Orleans CityBusiness Women of the Year 2016 list.

Kathlyn Perez (New Orleans) was honored by Louisiana Appleseed for her pro bono leadership.

Jill Steinberg (Memphis) has achieved recertification as a civil trial advocate with the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA).

Sara Turner (Birmingham) was named a BTI Client Service All-Star for 2017. She was also named to a one-year term as vice chair of DRI's Retail and Hospitality committee.

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