Diversity Forum to Focus on ‘Making Your Own Path in Today’s Society’
The Ohio Northern University Black Law Students Association 10th Annual Diversity Forum will focus on "Making Your Own Path in Today's Society" in the ONU Pettit College of Law Celebrezze Moot Court Room (129) on Friday, Feb. 20, at 11 a.m.
Sixty-first Judicial District Court of Michigan Judge Benjamin H. Logan will serve as moderator of the panel, which features prominent professionals from both the public and private sectors. The panel will discuss the career paths and experiences that led to their choices and successes in today's law environment.
The panel will consist of several graduates of ONU's College of Law: Terraine L. Bailey, owner of Bailey Law Firm in Englewood, Co.; Cynthia Callender-Dungey, chief of staff with the Ohio Department of Family Services; Bridgette D. Crafton, assistant U.S. attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice; Felepe H. Hall, assistant attorney general with the Michigan attorney general's office; Kevin E. Hextall, partner in the law firm of Rawl and Henderson in Philadelphia; and Rochelle D. Outlaw, associate lawyer with the firm of Mayer, Brown, Rowe and Maw in Chicago.
This panel discussion is open to the public.
After the panel discussion, Logan will deliver a keynote address at a luncheon in the Wishing Well in McIntosh Center. Logan, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting and history from ONU in 1968 and earned his juris doctorate from ONU in 1972, has served as the 61st District Court Judge since 1989.