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Nashville Bar Foundation Selects Andrew Kaufman for 2017-2018 Leadership Forum

Nashville Bar Foundation Selects Andrew Kaufman for 2017-2018 Leadership Forum

The Nashville Bar Foundation has chosen Lieff Cabraser attorney Andrew Kaufman to participate in its 2017-2018 Leadership Forum program. Mr. Kaufman was selected as one of 25 local attorneys to partake in a nine-month professional development program.

The leadership program is intended for lawyers with between three and eight years’ experience. The program “encourages diversity in the practice of law” and helps attorneys from differing backgrounds to build relationships with each other.

“We are so excited to have such a great group of new and diverse leaders in the profession and our community as members of the NBF Leadership Forum,” stated NBF President Gail Ashworth. “The tradition of providing participants with a unique view of leadership opportunities and developments in Nashville and the strong mentoring program is something we are all proud to be a part of as the Leadership Forum program enters its fourth year.”

Congratulations Andrew on this prestigious accomplishment!

About Nashville Bar Foundation

Established in 1991, the mission of the Nashville Bar Foundation (NBF) is to support and expand the provision of law-related educational and charitable programs and services that promote the knowledge, understanding, and respect for the law among students, the general public, and the legal community; to preserve the honor and integrity of the legal profession; to foster collegiality among members of the legal profession; and to improve the administration of justice throughout the greater Nashville area.

About Andrew Kaufman

Andrew Kaufman is an associate in our Nashville office. Prior to joining Lieff Cabraser, Mr. Kaufman was a law clerk for Judge Martha Craig Daughtrey in Nashville and Judge Stephen Glickman in Washington D.C., and a fellow at Public Citizen Litigation Group.

Mr. Kaufman graduated from Harvard Law School cum laude in 2012. During law school, he was an Executive Editor of the Harvard Law and Policy Review, and was honored with the Dean’s Scholar Prizes in Federal Courts, Civil Procedure, and Legislation & Regulation.