Berkley, CA, August 08, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- "NAMWOLF is pleased with the addition of Cobalt LLP as a new law firm member,” said Yolanda Coly, Managing Director of NAMWOLF. “It is wonderful to have another firm member who both exhibits both superior legal skills and a passion for diversity and inclusion.”
Cobalt LLP co-founder, Kate Spelman said, “By definition, diversity carries more information and opportunity than 'sameness'. Our firm is dedicated to reaching excellence and providing thorough and remarkable legal solutions and service through celebration of difference and the magnificence of the human spirit.”
Cobalt LLP was founded by Tsan Abrahamson and Kate Spelman in 2005 with the goal of providing excellence both in substantive legal analysis and in client services. Their goal was, and remains today, to offer unsurpassed, effective legal services to their clients with a dedication and purpose beyond profit. Cobalt has a comprehensive advertising, promotions, and intellectual property law practice. The firm counsels clients on brand identity strategy and assists them in clearing the use of taglines and slogans. Additional practice areas include Copyright Law, Trademark Law, Promotions, Sweepstakes, Contests and Advertising Law. For more information on Cobalt LLP visit their web site (www.cobaltlaw.com).
The National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms will be holding its fourth Annual Meeting and Law Firm Expo in Dallas, Texas on November 13 and 14, 2008. The Law Firm Expo will feature NAMWOLF’s membership of preeminent minority and women-owned law firms from around the country.
The National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (www.namwolf.org), founded in 2001, is a nonprofit trade association comprised of minority and women-owned law firms and other interested parties throughout the United States. NAMWOLF Promotes diversity in the legal profession by fostering the development of long lasting relationships between preeminent minority and women owned law firms and corporate and public entities.