One of the nation’s oldest and largest African American-owned law firms is celebrating a major milestone this year. Lewis & Munday, P.C., located in Detroit, marks its 50th anniversary in the Motor City. Founded in 1972, the Black-owned law firm has made a major impact in Detroit through its legal counsel on large real estate development projects and investment in the next generation of African American lawyers.
Lewis & Munday, P.C. President and CEO Reginald Dozier and Ronda Tate Truvillion, a shareholder and co-chair of the Litigation Practice Group, join “American Black Journal” host Stephen Henderson for a conversation on how the law firm has helped shape important decisions across the city. They talk about the firm’s involvement in the Joe Louis and Little Caesars Arenas, and the creation of a scholarship fund for aspiring young lawyers. Plus, they discuss the importance of increasing diversity in the legal profession.
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