Andrew Glassman and Kelly O'Donnell Talk to MetroHartford Alliance About the Firm's Involvement in the Community
Pullman & Comley attorneys Andrew Glassman, co-chair of the Business Organizations and Finance practice and Kelly O’Donnell, member in the Business Organizations and Finance and the Trusts and Estates practice areas spoke with MetroHartford Alliance about the firm's involvement in the New England region. Pullman & Comley has strived to impact the community both culturally and socially throughout the years by joining arts organizations, nonprofits, local businesses and more.
"The MHA is the forum through which businesses can build community and work together to strengthen the business climate in the Hartford Region and Connecticut as a whole," said Andy. "Being a Strategic Partner enables us to engage in those important efforts." Kelly discussed initiatives of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Committee centering around education, workforce pipeline and mentorship. "We try to reach folks as early as we can to have an impact. We work with high school and college students. One of our most successful programs has been our 1L program... When the 1L students return from the summer, either to Pullman & Comley or to another firm, not only have they seen what the practice looks like, but they also see what our clients expect."
Andy and Kelly further spoke about Pullman's work with Connect-Us, collaborating with local high schools in the Bridgeport area, as well as the Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity and our attorney's involvement in organizations such as Lambda Legal and the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association.
Read the full article on the MetroHartford Alliance website.