Bilzin Sumberg Sponsors Diversity Mentoring Pilot Program

Press Release
September 5, 2006

Miami, Florida, September 5, 2006 Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP is supporting the Diversity Mentoring Pilot Project of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR). The mentoring project is run by the ACR's Environment and Public Policy (EPP) section. The firm's support includes a substantial donation of frequent flier miles facilitated by RESOLVE, an organization committed to public policy dispute resolution.

"We often assist our clients with environmental and government issues related to land use. Alternative dispute resolution is a vital part of that process, and we are proud to support this worthy cause," said Stanley B. Price, Chair of Bilzin Sumberg's Land Use & Government Relations Group.

"Our donation was used to purchase three airline tickets, allowing three outstanding participants to attend required training and conferences. Their work is a great service to our legal community," added Howard E. Nelson, Partner in the firm's Environmental Group.

About Bilzin Sumberg 
Bilzin Sumberg is a commercial law firm based in Florida. The Firm’s core practices include Business Finance & Restructuring, Corporate, Environmental, International, Land Development & Government Relations, Litigation, Real Estate, and Tax. For more information, please visit bilzin.com.

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