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Al Dandridge Named as One of The Legal Intelligencer’s Diverse Attorneys of the Year

On May 22, 2013 by Schnader in Corporate

PHILADELPHIA – The Legal Intelligencer has named Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP Chief Diversity Officer Albert S. Dandridge, III, as one of its Diverse Attorneys of the Year.

Every two years, The Legal Intelligencer recognizes outstanding minority attorneys from across Pennsylvania. For 2013, the editorial staff has selected 24 individuals in recognition of their outstanding professional achievements.

Profiles and details about each attorney were included in The Legal Intelligencer‘s Diversity supplement, published on April 16. Honorees recieved their awards at a special luncheon in Philadelphia on May 22.

In addition to his work as Schnader’s Chief Diversity Officer, Mr. Dandridge is Vice Chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association and chair of the Firm’s Securities practice group. His legal work is concentrated in municipal and corporate finance matters, and he regularly counsels major public companies, broker-dealers and investment advisors on their securities reporting and financing requirements.

Before joining Schnader, Mr. Dandridge served the Securities and Exchange Commission as associate director of small business and international corporate finance in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance. Mr. Dandridge is a decorated Vietnam Combat Veteran with the U.S. Marine Corp. and was awarded, among many honors, the Bronze Star with Combat “V” for Valor and the Purple Heart.

Mr. Dandridge accepts his honor honor from The Legal Intelligencer’s Publisher Hal Cohen at a ceremony on May 22.

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP is a law firm of approximately 200 attorneys with offices in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York, California, Washington, D.C., New Jersey, and Delaware. Schnader serves local, national, and international clients ranging from large corporations to start-ups and entrepreneurs to individual clients in more than 40 areas of the law. In addition to the Firm’s traditional strengths in complex litigation, commercial transactions, wealth management, and family law, the Firm has significant experience and depth in intellectual property, international commerce, labor and employment laws, financial services, construction law, real estate development, corporate governance, appellate services, technology-based companies, media and communications, environmental, energy, nonprofit, government relations and regulatory affairs, aviation issues, business reorganization, and securities and shareholder litigation. For more information visit or contact Michael Walsh, Schnader’s senior communications manager.



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