Bloomberg Law
Dec. 29, 2021, 7:44 PM

The End of an Era: Beveridge’s Outgoing Chairman Ben Wilson on Leadership, Law and Life (Podcast)

Lisa Helem
Lisa Helem
Executive Editor

On January 1, Ben Wilson will officially conclude his tenure as chairman of Beveridge & Diamond and retire from the firm.

As first reported by Bloomberg Law, Wilson, affectionately regarded as the dean of Black partners at major law firms, announced his retirement in October after 45 years in legal practice, 35 of those years with the firm.

Wilson became chairman of the Washington, D.C.-based Beveridge & Diamond in 2017, 31 years after entering the firm as its first Black partner. But his impact stretches far beyond his firm. Over the years, the Harvard Law graduate has mentored generations ...

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