May 05, 2011
Tulane University Law School student Cory Struble is the recipient of McGlinchey Stafford’s 2011 Diversity Fellowship Award, a distinguished honor given to one first-year law student each year.
The McGlinchey Stafford Diversity Fellowship Program represents the law firm’s active commitment to a diverse workplace and the inclusion and retention of talented professionals. In a press statement released Wednesday (May 5), the firm acknowledged that the program received more than 35 applicants this year and selected Mr. Struble “because of his proven leadership skills and excellent academic credentials.”
“Our firm is fortunate to have this unique diversity award, and we are excited to welcome Cory Struble as this year’s McGlinchey Stafford Diversity Fellow,” said Eric Simonson, a member in the firm’s commercial litigation group in New Orleans.
As the recipient of the Diversity Fellowship Award, Struble will receive a $5,000 scholarship, a paid summer associate position, and mentoring by McGlinchey attorneys.
Mary Margaret Gorman