Stinson Associate Selected for 2024 U.S. Bank Law Division Spotlight on Talent Program
Stinson LLP attorney Jordan Ortmeier has been selected as one of 14 associates to participate in the 2024 U.S. Bank Spotlight on Talent program. The year-long cohort experience focuses on growing early-career attorneys through professional and leadership development.
This year's program will kick off in Minneapolis at U.S. Bank headquarters with networking, leadership and goal-setting activities with bank attorneys, its general counsel, chief diversity officer and other bank leaders.
"As we kick off our eighth year of this program, we are more excited than ever to invest in the careers of an impressive group of attorneys from around the country through our immersive year-long Spotlight on Talent program," U.S. Bank Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel Jim Chosy said. "We're committed to supporting the advancement of rising talent not only within our own practice, but at our partner law firms and believe this unique cohort experience will help accelerate the growth and development of these attorneys."
Throughout the year, the cohort will participate in monthly events, including leadership meetings, practice group roundtables, mentoring, and the opportunity to present a CLE to the U.S. Bank Law Division. Spotlight participants also will strengthen their knowledge of the U.S. Bank business and develop stronger relationships with Law Division professionals through attendance at regular meetings.
"It's an honor to join U.S. Bank's Spotlight on Talent Program and to represent Stinson in this impactful initiative. I'm eager to hone my leadership and business skills and become a stronger advocate and colleague while connecting with fellow attorneys and building lasting relationships," Ortmeier said.
Ortmeier's practice focuses on working with commercial lenders of all sizes on commercial real estate and industrial loans, revolving lines of credit, deposit accounts, regulatory matters and lender fees. She also has experience assisting clients in regulatory matters involving consumer disclosures, nonsufficient funds fees, finance charges, usury laws and applicable state licensing and registration requirements.
Cohort participants have three to six years of experience and practice in an area relevant to legal services applicable to U.S. Bank business. The Spotlight on Talent program will conclude at the end of November.
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