Brooks Pierce Sponsors NCCJ Citation Award Dinner


Brooks Pierce sponsored the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner held Nov. 9 in Greensboro.

As part of the event, Justin Outling, Partner and Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Brooks Pierce, was recognized for his efforts to originate, lead and administer programs and policies to support diversity, equity and inclusion across the firm and in North Carolina communities.

“Brooks Pierce has long been dedicated to improving diversity and inclusion efforts, not just in our firm but in the wider communities we serve,” said Reid Phillips, the firm’s managing partner. “We are glad that Justin has graciously chosen to focus more of his time, and the firm’s resources, on making sure our initiatives have a real and lasting impact.”

Outling focuses his practice 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 myriad of matters.

NCCJ is a human relations organization that promotes understanding and respect among all cultures, races and religions through advocacy, education and dialogue.

Brooks Pierce supports diversity and inclusion efforts in our communities by sponsoring and participating in events, programs and organizations that encourage equal access to justice and advocacy across racial, gender and socioeconomic lines.

To learn more about the NCCJ, click here.

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