Minneapolis StarTribune Profiles Partner Adine Momoh, Incoming President of the HCBA
With her term as president of the Hennepin County Bar Association beginning July 1, Partner Adine Momoh spoke with the Minneapolis StarTribune about her goals for the coming year.
“I would like us at HCBA to be a champion of the profession and we’re going to need to focus on diverse attorneys, new attorneys and those who have been practicing [for less than 15 years],” Momoh said.
The first minority woman and the youngest attorney ever to serve in the role of HCBA president, Momoh is ready for the challenge of engaging the 8,000-member, 100-year-old association.
“We must do more to foster an inclusive legal community than simply offer Minnesota Nice smiles,” she said. “Accordingly, we are going to increase our collaboration with the affinity bars and minority bars and organizations that are dedicated to retaining and advancing diverse attorneys.”
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