Burr & Forman

Leadership & Engagement

Our dedication to diversity is demonstrated by our firm’s engagement with a number of professional and civic organizations who promote diversity, not only in the legal profession, but in business communities across our footprint. Our firm also fully supports our attorneys and professionals who take on leadership positions within organizations whose mission is to promote diversity and inclusion.

Diversity Partnership News:

Burr & Forman Gets Involved in 30th Annual LGBT Lavender Law Conference

Burr Partners with Black Law Students Association (BLSA) to Host Academic Retreats


Our firm is proud to support and serve in leadership positions in organizations across our region including:

  • 100 Black Men of Greater Mobile
  • Alabama State Bar, Young Lawyers Section Minority Pre-Law Conference
  • American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry Sub-Committee on Diversity
  • Atlanta Women’s Network
  • Black Law Student Association of University of Alabama
  • Business Law Section of the Florida Bar Membership and Diversity Committee
  • Central Alabama Pride Inc.
  • Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers (CFAWL)
  • Diversity Law Institute
  • DRI Diversity for Success Seminar Steering Committee (Program Chair – Ricardo Woods)
  • First Female Chief Diversity Officer of Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS)
  • First Female President of American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA)
  • Georgia Association of Women Lawyers
  • International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation
  • International Association of Defense Counsel Diversity Committee
  • Large Law Firm Liaison for the DRI Diversity Committee
  • Lavender Law Conference – LBGT Bar
  • Lawyers Association for Women (L.A.W.) in Nashville, Tennessee
  • Mobile Bar Diversity Task Force
  • Momentum Leadership Program
  • National Association of Professional Women
  • National Bar Association
  • National LGBT Bar Association
  • National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)
  • The South Regions Minority Supplier Development Council
  • The Women’s Network
  • University of Alabama Birmingham Minority Health Research Center
  • Women Lawyers Section of the Birmingham Bar Association