Four Holy Cross alumni were named among the 2018 Most Influential Black Lawyers by Savoy Magazine this summer: Michael Brown ’86, Dominic Blue ’98, Damon Hart ’96 and Theodore V. Wells, Jr. ’72.
According to the publication, the list showcases “African-American men and women who have been recognized for their legal leadership and expertise in national and global-leading corporations.” The attorneys featured on the list are widely known in the legal profession for their professionalism, protection of rights and community service.
Michael Brown ’86 is a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Baltimore office. Brown graduated from Holy Cross with a degree in political science.
Dominic Blue ’98 is chief transformation officer for a major business line at MassMutual. Blue, who majored in sociology, was also a four-year starter on the varsity football team and a co-captain.
Damon Hart ’96 serves as Liberty Mutual Insurance’s senior vice president and deputy general counsel. A political science major at the College, Hart was a starting forward on the basketball team, and appeared in the College’s 1993 NCAA tournament run.
Ted Wells ’72 co-chairs Paul, Weiss’s Litigation Department and is widely recognized as one of the nation’s best trial lawyers. Wells is set to be awarded an honorary degree during a campus celebration of the 50-year anniversary of Holy Cross’ Black Student Union (BSU) on November 9. A co-founder of the BSU, Wells graduated from the College with a degree in economics.
The full listing of the 2018 Most Influential Black Lawyers is available to view online at SavoyNetwork.com.
Bravo, well done gentlemen congrats.