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Covington’s Deming Appointed Co-Chair of Lambda Legal National Board of Directors

February 15, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO, February 15, 2011 — Bruce Deming has been elected as co-chair of the national board of directors of Lambda Legal, the oldest national organization pursuing high-impact litigation, public education and advocacy on behalf of equality and civil rights for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and people with HIV. Prior to being selected for this position, Mr. Deming had served on Lambda’s board of directors and on its National Leadership Council.

“We appreciate Bruce’s contributions over the past two years on our board of directors and look forward to his leadership as co-chair,” said Kevin Cathcart, executive director of Lambda Legal. “As Lambda Legal continues its pioneering civil rights work, we depend on the support provided by leading law firms, like Covington & Burling, that encourage their lawyers to devote their time to important civil rights causes.” 

Mr. Deming advises clients on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, venture capital transactions, project finance, capital markets activities, and foreign direct investment in the US.  He also serves as co-chair of Covington’s Diversity Committee and as Managing Partner Legal Personnel for the San Francisco office. Covington works to ensure that all of its lawyers have the resources, experience, and support necessary to succeed, as the firm recognizes the differences among individuals as an asset and a source of strength.

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