Andrés Acebo of DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin in Teaneck, as the child of Cuban immigrants, took up advocacy at a young age and has carried that into his professional career as a labor and employment lawyer. At the firm, he authored the first policy on diversity and inclusion and recently made partner. Outside the firm, he works closely with clients on their diversity initiatives and advises them on diversity-related issues. He also is active in community and bar groups, including as deputy regional president of the Hispanic National Bar Association.

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