Capehart Scatchard Shareholder Serves As Panelist On The Role Of Attorneys In Recognizing And Reacting To Racism

On November 5, 2020, Capehart Scatchard Shareholder, Ashley T. Mollenthiel Fiore, Esq., served as a panelist for a CLE entitled, “Good Intentions Aren’t Good Enough, Part One.”  The remote panel discussion was presented by the Burlington County Bar Association’s Committees on Professionalism and Diversity, Inclusion & Leadership.  Shareholder, Sanmathi (Sanu) Dev, Esq., serves as Co-Chair of the Bar Association’s Committee on Diversity, Inclusion & Leadership.

Part One of the three-part CLE series focused on laying down the burden of division and candidly discussing the role of attorneys in recognizing and reacting to racism.  Ms. Mollenthiel Fiore engaged in a roundtable discussion on racism, its prevention, and the role of attorneys to respect cultural experiences, promote cultural diversity of perspectives, and aid in the general resolution of conflict going forward.

Ms. Fiore focuses her practice in the representation of employers, self-insured companies, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation defense matters. Prior to joining Capehart Scatchard, she served as a Law Clerk to The Honorable Francis J. Orlando, Assignment Judge Civil Division.  Ms. Fiore also serves on Capehart Scatchard’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee.

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