Chemere Ellis mentored students at the Stetson Black Law Student Association’s largest program of the year, Survival of the Fittest, on Saturday, February 25. At this event, attorneys practicing in various diverse fields networked with students about their interests and provided insight on the practice of law. As a practitioner with over 10 years of experience, Chemere imparted her knowledge about commercial and securities litigation practice, criminal practice, work-life balance, leadership, networking, and building a brand. As co-chair of Guerra & Partners’ Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee, Chemere’s goal is to promote diversity within and outside of the firm and provide resources and mentorship to young minority attorneys and students.
For information about Guerra & Partners’ DEI committee, visit: https://guerrapartners.law/diversity/.
“At Guerra & Partners, diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the core of who we are. Our celebration of different perspectives helps make us better litigators, better lawyers, and better human beings.”