Carlton Fields’ Gregory Boulos Selected as Leadership Council on Legal Diversity City Lead for Miami

Mass Tort and Product Liability   |   November 21, 2019
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Miami, Fla.Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Miami attorney Gregory Boulos will serve as a Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Miami City Lead for 2019-2020. LCLD is a premier national organization that provides opportunities for women and minority in-house counsel to connect with women and minority law firm partners and senior associates through its Fellows and Pathfinder programs. Boulos, who was a 2018 Pathfinder, will coordinate strategic initiatives, programming, and activities on behalf of the Fellows and Pathfinder alumni community in Miami.

Carlton Fields has been a member of LCLD since 2009, when the organization was founded. Carlton Fields President and CEO Gary L. Sasso served on LCLD’s board of directors and co-chaired the Fellows Program. West Palm Beach attorney Alana Zorrilla-Gaston is currently an LCLD Fellow, and Miami attorney Eric D. Coleman is a Pathfinder. Carlton Fields’ past LCLD Fellows include Christopher O. Aird, Lori Baggett, Fentrice D. Driskell, Kristin A. Gore, M. Derek Harris, and Jin Liu. Along with Boulos, past Pathfinders include Daniel G. Enriquez and Yolanda P. Strader.

Boulos represents global companies in mass tort litigation. He also advises clients on a broad range of corporate and regulatory issues in the cannabis industry. Notably, Boulos is counsel for a global chemical company in all of its asbestos personal injury and wrongful death cases filed in Miami-Dade County and the Southern District of Florida. He also plays a critical role in developing defense strategies for all of the company's Florida asbestos cases. Boulos also defends a global consumer product manufacturer in its talc-related personal injury and wrongful death cases filed throughout Florida. He has litigated hundreds of mass tort cases in Florida. 

He earned his J.D., summa cum laude, from the University of Miami School of Law, and his B.A., magna cum laude, from Florida International University.

 About the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity: Founded in 2009, the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) has grown to an organization of more than 300 members, who serve as either general counsel of major corporations or managing partners of the nation's leading law firms. United by a spirit of activism and personal commitment, LCLD members participate widely in the programs they've created — leading by example, taking action, and challenging the legal profession to prepare future generations of diverse talent for the highest positions of leadership.

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