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Atlanta partner Suhail Seth has been selected to participate in Leadership Atlanta's signature nine-month program as a member of the class of 2021, while associate Amy Cheng has been selected by the same organization to join the LEAD Atlanta Class of 2021.
Participants of Leadership Atlanta will explore critical community issues, examine themselves as leaders, and build relationships of trust and mutual understanding through retreats, full-day seminars, discussion groups, community tours, and various other service projects.
Nelson Mullins' previous Leadership Atlanta graduates include: Michael Hollingworth (2014), Charles Huddleston (1986), Stan Jones (1981), Elisa Kodish (2019), June Lee (2017), Russell Love (2009), Helen Sloat (2009), and Anita Thomas (2011).
LEAD Atlanta seeks to empower young leaders like Cheng with the skills and knowledge needed to create enduring positive change in the Atlanta community. Over the seven-month program, Cheng and her classmates will learn more about themselves and the greater metro Atlanta region by participating in all-day workshops, community projects, immersion activities, and direct interaction with key decision makers.
Cheng is a litigator who focuses her practice in the following three areas: business litigation, labor and employment, and white collar defense and government investigations.
Seth focuses his practice on transnational business and investment matters, including middle-market mergers and acquisitions and is the co-chair of the Firm’s Hospitality, Leisure, and Travel Industry Group.
Established in 1897, Nelson Mullins has more than 800 attorneys and government relations professionals with offices in 11 states and Washington, D.C. For more information on the firm, go to www.nelsonmullins.com.
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