As partnership diversity remains at the forefront of debate in the national legal community, several Connecticut law firms have kicked off 2019 by bolstering their female partner ranks.

At Stamford’s Finn Dixon & Herling, the commitment to women was underscored in a Jan. 1 announcement that the firm has promoted not only two women, but two women of color to partnership positions. Tamu Lewis, a debt finance and real estate attorney originally from Trinidad and Tobago, and fellow debt financing team member Julia Fish Snowden, whose immediate family hails from Nicaragua, are two of three attorneys who were promoted to start the new year. Corporate attorney Neil Ruben rounded out the class.

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