Lawyers of Color has named Corporate Counsel Women of Color founder, president and CEO Laurie Robinson Haden as one of the most influential Black lawyers of the decade. She is being honored alongside prominent civil rights lawyer Ben Crump and Eric Holder Jr., the first black U.S. attorney general. 

The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit group on Monday recognized Haden’s “transformative work as a diversity champion who has worked to advance women attorneys of color into general counsel and in-house counsel positions.” 

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