The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) today recognized Florida-based Infante Zumpano, one of the largest minority-owned law firms in the country, for its recent admission into the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF). This announcement coincides with the Daily Business Review's recent recognition of the firm as one of the most diverse law firms in South Florida.
"Infante Zumpano has always believed that our clients' best interests are preserved by having our lawyers culturally sensitive to, and reflective of the diversity of the community we represent," says Partner & Director of Business Development Daniel Diaz Leyva. "We are grateful for this recognition by the Daily Business Review and look forward to our new partnership with NAMWOLF."
NAMWOLF promotes true diversity in the legal profession by fostering the development of long lasting relationships between preeminent minority and women owned law firms and private/public entities. NAMWOLF's law firm membership is comprised of AV-rated firms across the country that represent major corporate clients. NAMWOLF works to ensure the long-term survival of its member firms by assisting in the development of strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations with corporations, in-house counsel and other legal trade associations.
"The USHCC commends Infante Zumpano for its proven track record of leadership in law firm diversity," says USHCC President & CEO Javier Palomarez. "The legal profession in the United States is showing signs of improvement for minority lawyers, and firms like Infante Zumpano are leaders in diversity initiatives, entrepreneurship and job creation. We are proud to see one of our members shining in this area."
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