Willenken LLP Wins Two Legal Diversity Awards for Client Service
Willenken LLP is honored to receive the 2019 California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP) Minority-Owned Law Firm Client Service Award and National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Asian Pacific American (APA)-Owned Law Firm of the Year Award.
The CMCP Minority-Owned Law Firm Client Service Award is presented annually to the CMCP minority-owned member law firm that has best demonstrated superior service geared to specific client needs and positive results that serve each client's best interest. Partner Aarti Wilson (pictured below) accepted the award on behalf of the firm at the Recognition Luncheon on September 13 during the CMCP 30th Annual Business Conference in Los Angeles, California. The firm last received this award as Willenken Wilson Loh & Lieb LLP in 2004 after only two years as an established law firm.
Partner Aarti Wilson accepts the 2019 CMCP Minority-Owned Law Firm Client Service Award, presented by CMCP Board member Camilo Echavarria.
The NAPABA APA-Owned Law Firm of the Year Award recognizes the member law firm that has achieved prominence and distinction in its practice and has demonstrated a strong commitment to the APA community while maintaining the highest ethical and legal standards in the profession. It also recognizes the firm that has advanced the goals and ideals of NAPABA and APA legal advocacy groups. Partner Jason Wilson will accept the award on behalf of the firm at the 31st Anniversary Gala on November 9 during the NAPABA Convention in Austin, Texas. Jason and partner Paul Loh have proudly represented the firm as NAPABA members since 2002.
CMCP is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation dedicated to promoting diversity in the legal profession by providing attorneys of color with access to and opportunity for business and professional development. For more information about CMCP and the Annual Business Conference, visit the CMCP website here.
NAPABA is the preeminent professional development organization and voice for 50,000 Asian Pacific American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students. For more information about NAPABA and the 2019 Convention, visit the NAPABA website here.