On a night in New York City in late July, Ben Wilson, chairman of Beveridge & Diamond, took to the lectern to wrap up an annual dinner of powerful African American law firm partners, general counsel and their guests.
The dinner would conclude like the others before it—with a charge. This time, the vehicle of inspiration was the New Testament—2 Corinthians 4:8-9.
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