In the past year, Dinsmore has continued the strategy of adding quality people, legal services and offices, and promoting new leaders — always with an eye toward client service and helping you reach your business goals. We’re proud to share these stories with you as you read below.
George Vincent Begins His Fifth Term at the Helm
“Being elected to a fifth term and knowing the firm has faith in my continued leadership is truly an honor,” he said. “From the beginning of my career with Dinsmore, I have seen the firm accomplish significant success, growth, and expansion of our offerings to better serve our clients. I am pleased to have been part of it as both an attorney and a leader.”
18 Dinsmore Attorneys Elected to Partnership
Eighteen attorneys were elected to partnership effective Jan. 1, 2020. They are Anthony Bickel, Sara Cameron, Nicholas Godfrey, Christopher Hammond, Jerrad Howard, Kurt Hunt, Lauren Ingebritson, Cory Ingle, Allison Knerr, Michael Mattingly, Sarah Mattingly, Nicole Nan, Daniel O’Gara, Caroline Pieroni, Aimee Stern, Adrianne Strong, Eric Quinn, and Diana Vicen.
Leadership Moves at Board, Office Managing Partner, Department, & Practice Levels
Dinsmore kicks off 2020 with a wave of changes within its leadership ranks, welcoming new board of director members, department and practice area chairs, and office managing partner.
New Equity & Inclusion Officers Announced
Dinsmore recently announced the creation of two new leadership positions within the firm: chief equity and inclusion officer (CEIO) and deputy equity and inclusion officer (DEIO). They will act as trusted advisers to firm leadership on innovative strategies and initiatives to ensure that Dinsmore’s strong reputation and commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion continue to be reflected in its policies, practices, and culture.