Amber Barlow, Senior Counsel in the New Orleans office, was featured in the “Ones to Watch: Law” section of New Orleans CityBusiness in recognition of her success in the legal field. Please click here to read the full feature.
Ford Motor Company’s Legal Alliance for Women (LAW) hosted the Second Annual Global Day of Service on September 26, 2019, which focuses on servicing organizations who support the well-being of women and girls. The LAW Global Day of Service is part of Ford Global Caring Month, a signature worldwide event of the Ford Volunteer Corps in 34 countries during the month of September. As part of Ford’s Global Day of Service, Kuchler Polk attorneys, Amber Barlow and Kennard Davis, served dinner to approximately 85 residents of The Covenant House New Orleans. The Covenant House New Orleans is a shelter for homeless, trafficked, and at risk youth. The Covenant House provides food, shelter, medical care, clothing, counseling, assistance programs, vocational and job training, educational assistance, as well as many other life skills and training to help the youth rebuild their lives.
Amber Barlow was recently selected and appointed to the Leadership Louisiana State Bar Association 2019-2020 Class. This year, 15 young lawyers were selected from an esteemed group of nominees from across the state. The program provides exposure to how the LSBA functions as well as the pressing issues that face the Association and the legal profession while providing the leadership class with opportunities to develop and exercise leadership skills through a variety of different facets throughout the Association.
A group of KPW attorneys and staff attended the awards ceremony on Tuesday, August 27th at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, where Senior Counsel Dreda Smith accepted the award on the firm’s behalf.
You can view the entire list of the 50 employers in the New Orleans area who received the Top Workplaces honor here.
Dreda Smith was recognized as a finalist for The Frank L. Maraist Award by the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel at the organization’s annual LADC Young Lawyers Awards and Board Dinner. The Frank Maraist Award, named after former Louisiana State University Law Center Professor Frank L. Maraist, recognizes a young lawyer who demonstrates professional excellence, service and commitment to pro bono work and community service, and contributes to furthering the ideals of the legal profession. Congratulations Dreda!
Recently, the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel recognized Amber Barlow as the “2019 Young Lawyers Committee Member of the Year”. Amber received this award at LADC’s annual Young Lawyers & LADC Board Dinner on August 1, 2019. This is quite a high honor within the organization, with stiff competition. Congratulations Amber!
The American Bar Association’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee featured Deb Kuchler in its Spring 2019 newsletter. The article, Road to Rainmaking, focuses on women who have blazed their own path and shares how others can learn from their success. The article also discusses the role of NAMWOLF and its influence on the firm, and has been distributed nationally to the thousands of members of the ABA Section of Litigation.
On March 27-29, the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) held their National Conference in Denver, Colorado. The event brought together over 500+ participants from across the country, from multiple disciplines in the energy industry. Energy professionals from diverse disciplines and practices gathered to share their vast wealth of knowledge and experience. Amber B. Barlow attended on behalf of Kuchler Polk Weiner, LLC and participated in discussions on the top legal issues facing the industry, and brainstormed bold ways to tackle them.