Month: July 2017

Past Success Through the Conference & Career Fair – Future Success on the Board

The National LGBT Bar Association’s President, Dale Noll, didn’t always plan on going into law. He began working in IT before realizing that he wanted to pursue a career where he could help people more directly. “I wanted to do something to improve lives,” Dale says. He attended the University of Miami School of Law. […]

How to Be an Ally and Why it Matters

Any civil rights movement cannot thrive without the support of allies, and that’s what the fight for LGBT rights is – a fight for civil rights. In the legal profession, having allies can make all the difference. From the office to the courtroom, support for the LGBT community ensures that its members have an equal […]

Building Professional and Community Relationships Through the LGBT Bar

Jason Burch, an LGBT Bar Board Member, is a fourth-year associate at Sidley Austin LLP in New York City, where he works in regulatory compliance and enforcement. “I enjoy it,” he says about his position. “I’m on the phone a lot so I talk to many different people and I get to write and travel, […]