"I'm here because I stand on many, many shoulders, and that's true of every black person I know who has achieved.” ~ Vernon Jordan
Washington, D.C, District of Columbia Mar 2, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The Bar Association of the District of Columbia ("BADC") is deeply saddened to learn about the passing of Vernon Jordan, Esq., a prominent Washington lawyer, civil rights advocate, and senior business executive, whose trailblazing work inside and outside the halls of power and influence helped make the United States a better and fairer place to live, work, and play. Vernon Jordan will be sorely missed, but he will never be forgotten," said Kevin D. Judd, BADC president. We extend our heartfelt prayers and deepest sympathies to Mr. Jordan's family, friends, business partners, and all those who loved him around the world.
About the Bar Association of the District of Columbia
Founded on May 23, 1871, The Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC) is the 1st bar association in the District and the 3rd oldest bar association in the United States. The BADC is a voluntary bar association. Its members participate in various volunteer committees and sections including the Young Lawyers Section (YLS), the Intellectual Property (IP) Section, the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Section, and over 20 practice area committees. For nearly 150 years, BADC's members have distinguished themselves by volunteering their time, talents, and skills to advance civility, professionalism, and equal access to justice. Join us at www.badc.org
The Bar Association of the District of Columbia / Kevin D. Judd, Esq. President
Source :The Bar Association of D.C.
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