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January 7, 2014
Pennsylvania Bar Association Names New Diversity Officer
 


Trent Hargrove, Esq.
Trent Hargrove, Esq.
Diversity Officer
Pennsylvania Bar Association

 

January 7, 2013 - Pennsylvania Bar Association announced this week that it has named Harrisburg attorney Trent Hargrove as its new diversity officer.  Hargrove, who has an extensive background in diversity development, will be responsible for overseeing and facilitating the PBA's efforts to improve diversity within the association and Pennsylvania's legal profession. Hargrove will work with the PBA Diversity Team, Board of Governors and senior staff to develop and execute the PBA's diversity programs and will work with the state's legal community to provide resources and tools in support of diversity goals, objectives and initiatives.  Read more...


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