Moses & Singer Supports Diversity at Rutgers Event

March 16, 2010

Moses & Singer was title sponsor of the March 9 Rutgers Race & the Law Review's 2010 Symposium, "An Affront on Civil Rights: A Multicultural Perspective on the LGBT Struggle for Equality." The symposium attracted leaders from New Jersey and abroad to discuss issues of concern to people of color in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. Attending the event were Jeffrey Davis and members of the firm's Diversity Committee Cathy J. Frankel, Walter S. Delacruz and John V. Baranello. Osato Chitou, a member of the firm's 2009 summer associate program, is Co-Editor-in-Chief of Rutgers Race & the Law Review and one of the key organizers of the event. Osato will be joining the firm as an associate in 2010-2011.

Moses & Singer is committed to creating opportunities for lawyers of diverse backgrounds. We believe diversity makes Moses & Singer a better and more interesting place. We actively recruit, train and promote women and minority candidates, and support affinity groups focused on issues of interest to our attorneys.