FordHarrison Attorney Carolyn N. Lam Appointed to the Alabama State Bar's Diversity Committee

Date   Sep 13, 2012

FordHarrison LLP, a national labor and employment law firm, is pleased to announce that Carolyn N. Lam, a Birmingham-based attorney, has recently been appointed to the Alabama State Bar's Diversity Committee for 2012-2013.

As a member of the committee, Lam will be responsible for reviewing and recommending several diversity initiatives; determining what programs and outreach are needed for the five law schools within the State of Alabama; and continuing the work of the prior diversity committee.

"I am honored to be appointed a member of the Alabama State Bar's Diversity Committee," Lam commented. "I am truly looking forward to collaborating with fellow committee members and serving our state."

Lam represents management in both labor and employment matters. Her practice includes all aspects of EEO claims, employment contract litigation, and FLSA litigation. She represents clients at trial and before administrative agencies. In addition to handling cases at all stages of litigation, she also works with companies to proactively minimize risks and stay current on the latest employment law changes. Lam received her J.D. from Samford University, Cumberland School of Law in 2006.

About the Alabama State Bar
The Alabama State Bar has jurisdiction over the conduct of all attorneys and is charged with stimulating interest in improving the administration of justice. Its Board of Commissioners provides for the examination of applicants who seek to practice law. The Alabama State Bar is the licensing and regulatory agency for attorneys in the State of Alabama, subject to Rules of the Alabama Supreme Court.