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August 29, 2023

Barclay Damon News Shared in Summer 2023 USLAW Magazine

Barclay Damon news was shared in the summer 2023 issue of USLAW Magazine. Click here to view the full magazine.

Page 45 notes Barclay Damon’s community involvement and volunteer efforts, two important elements of the firm’s approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion

Page 50 highlights several honors Barclay Damon attorneys and the firm have received.

Page 54 features successful recent verdicts and transactions for the firm. 

Pages 56 notes that Janice Grubin was received the LGBTQ+ Leadership Award from the Tri-State Chapter of the National Diversity Council at the National Diversity Council’s annual LGBTQ+ Unity Summit.

Page 57 includes that Sharon Brown, Mitch Katz, and Zach Forward presented “A Conversation on Diversity in the Workplace With Barclay Damon” at Syracuse University College of Law.

Page 58 features the 2023 USLAW NETWORK Law School Diversity Scholarship recipients. Alyssa Carbone, summer associate, was one of the recipients.

Page 60 notes that Ray McCabe received the Bar Association of Erie County’s Reverend A. Joseph Bissonette Pro Bono Award.

Page 63 includes Barclay Damon on the USLAW Network membership roster and lists Peter Marlette as the firm’s representative.

Page 72 includes Barclay Damon as a USLAW Network member firm and lists Peter Marlette as the firm’s primary representative and Michael Murphy and Courtney Merriman as alternate representatives.



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