February 12, 2019 (Louisville, KY) – Frost Brown Todd (FBT) Louisville Senior Associate Miles Harrison and Charleston, WV Member Jared Tully both earned competitive spots in Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) development programs. Tully was selected as a 2019 Fellow, a national, game-changing program that identifies, trains and advances the next generation of leaders in the legal profession. Harrison will participate in LCLD’s Pathfinder Program, a national program that trains early-career and high-potential attorneys in critical career development strategies, including foundational leadership skills and the building of professional networks. For more information on FBT’s diversity and inclusion efforts, visit Frost Brown Todd’s website.
Tully joins a select group of experienced attorneys from diverse backgrounds recognized for their leadership potential in their organizations. The year-long, in-depth Fellows Program is devoted to relationship-building, in-person training, peer-group projects and extensive interaction with LCLD’s top leadership. Harrison, identified by FBT as having the potential to assume leadership roles within FBT and in the legal profession, will gain practical tools and intensive in-person training, online experiential learning and opportunities to network with peers and esteemed LCLD Fellows as part of the Pathfinder Program.
Harrison focuses his practice on business litigation, insurance and tort defense, and appellate litigation. He handles cases involving breach of contracts, business torts, securities litigation, trade secrets, non-compete agreements and other restrictive covenants, title disputes, and bad faith claims. Harrison was recognized for his work on the Cabbage Patch Settlement House board of directors. He studied law in the University of Illinois where he served as Editor of the Internal Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition and won best Petitioner Brief in the Midwest Regional Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition.
Tully concentrates his practice on financial institution litigation representing national banks in complex and sensitive consumer and commercial disputes. He serves as a Cubmaster and president of the Putnam County Board of Zoning Appeals. A graduate of West Virginia University’s law school, he’s received a Distinguished Pro Bono Service award and Martindale-Hubbell®AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating.
About the Leadership Council of Legal Diversity
Founded in 2009, LCLD is a growing organization of more than 285 corporate chief legal officers and law firm managing partners, committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive legal profession. The Fellows Program, one of LCLD’s most important initiatives, has trained more than a thousand mid-career attorneys since 2011. The Pathfinder Program, which targets junior associates and the youngest members of corporate law departments, was piloted in 2015 among a selected number of LCLD member law firms and corporations. For more information, visit www.lcldnet.org.
About Frost Brown Todd
Frost Brown Todd is a full-service law firm serving some of America’s top corporations and emerging companies. With attorneys regularly identified by clients, peers and industry organizations as leaders in their practice areas, the firm advises and protects clients in business transactions and litigation in many industries, including insurance, financial services, manufacturing, real estate, construction, energy and health care. More than 500 attorneys in 12 offices in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia provide unparalleled service to meet clients’ needs; deliver the insights and solutions available only from a diverse group of professionals; and support the communities in which they operate.