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The international law firm Bryan Cave LLP today announced the recipients of its diversity scholarship program as part of its ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion. 

This new program awards diversity scholarships to up to four second-year law students. Each scholarship recipient will receive $10,000 to help defray the cost of law school tuition and related expenses during the student’s final year of law school. Half of the scholarship will be paid after successful completion of Bryan Cave’s Summer Associate Program. The other half will be paid prior to the second semester of the recipient’s third year of law school, providing they have received and accepted an offer to join the firm as an associate after completing their legal education.

The students who have been awarded the diversity scholarships and will be joining the firm as summer associates in 2018 are:

Kevin Arocha – Arocha is a second-year law student at Duke University School of Law and received his B.A. in political science in 2015 from the University of Florida. After his first year of law school he worked as a judicial intern for the Hon. Robert T. Numbers II, United States District Court Eastern District of North Carolina. Arocha will work in the Atlanta office of Bryan Cave. 

Michael Neville – Neville is a second-year law student at Brooklyn Law School. He received his B.A. from Boston College in 2014. Last summer he worked for Marsh & McLennan Companies as a legal, compliance & public affairs summer associate. Neville will join the firm’s New York office.

Joscelyn Solomon – Solomon is a second-year law student at the University of North Carolina School of Law. She received her B.A. in sociology in 2016 from the University of North Carolina. Last summer she worked as a law clerk for the United States Department of Transportation (Federal Highway Administration). She will work in Bryan Cave’s Washington office. 

Kyla Wyatt – Wyatt is a second-year law student at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. Wyatt received her B.A., summa cum laude, in 2016 from the University of South Florida. She works as a certified law student for the Post-conviction Justice Project. Wyatt will join the firm’s Los Angeles office.

Bringing diversity and inclusiveness into every aspect of work and culture is one Bryan Cave’s core values and a key focus of the firm’s Strategic Plan. “Our mission is to create a firm where women lawyers, lawyers of color, LGBTQ lawyers and lawyers with disabilities want to come and stay, and where they can thrive,” Bryan Cave’s Chief Diversity Officer Lisa Martin said. “We look forward to building on our successes with the implementation of this scholarship program.”

About Bryan Cave LLP

Bryan Cave is a global law firm with more than 900 highly skilled lawyers in 27 offices in North America, Europe and Asia. The firm represents publicly held multinational corporations, large and mid-sized privately held companies, emerging companies, nonprofit and community organizations, government entities, and individuals. With a foundation based on enduring client relationships, deep and diverse legal experience, industry-shaping innovation and a collaborative culture, Bryan Cave’s transaction, litigation and regulatory practice serves clients in key business and financial markets.