Brooks Pierce Partner to Appear in Panel at NCBA CLE Program


Brooks Pierce partner Justin Outling will participate in the Diversity & Inclusion panel discussion at the 2021 Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Law Section Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program for the members of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) on Feb. 4.

The panel will discuss important issues surrounding diversity, inclusion and bias in the antitrust and business disputes practice. The five panelists will share their perspectives and personal experiences regarding recruiting and promoting diverse legal talent in hopes of creating a more inclusive environment within the practice space.

Outling’s legal practice is focused on business litigation and white-collar criminal defense. He helps businesses and professionals in a variety of industries and has successfully brought and defended lawsuits in a wide range of matters. Outling is also a member of Greensboro City Council and serves as Brooks Pierce’s Director of Diversity & Inclusion. He is responsible for originating, leading and supervising all of the firm’s diversity and inclusion efforts.

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