Co-Managing Partner, Stinson Leonard Street LLP

 

After joining the firm in 1985, Mark Hinderks became Managing Partner in 2014. He serves on the boards of the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault and the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, and is also a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. In 2014, Mark defended the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma in a class action suit over rights to tribal land, and in 2017, he spoke out against white supremacists.  

Stinson Leonard views participation in LCLD as a key part of its diversity efforts. Other actions include firm-wide diversity seminars, pipeline and scholars programs, and minority recruiting and mentoring. The firm’s inclusiveness has been recognized by the Women in Law Empowerment Forum, the Human Rights Campaign, and CenturyLink.

Joined LCLD 2011


Highlights of LCLD Participation 


Fellows Program
Hosted Leadership Lunch (2016) 
Fellows nominated:
2017: Brittany A. Barrientos; 2016: Johnny S. Wang; 2015: Sharon Wei Ming Ng; 2014: Robin K. Carlson; 2013: Jamie Boyer; 2012: Emmanuel N. Ayuk, Danielle Ducre Rawls

1L LCLD Scholars Program
Scholars hosted:
2017: Jordan Bradford-Shivers, Benjamin Somogyi; 2016: Priya Sunkara; 2015: Roger Yang; 2014: Christopher Lewis, Ma Xiong; 2013: Zelda Elcin, Benjamin Passer, Keith Starr; 2012: Najmeh Mahmoudjafari

Success in Law School Mentoring Program
Mentors provided: 2015 

Attendance
Annual Meeting (2016, 2015, 2014)


 

Members: Mark HinderksLowell Stortz

Diversity Professionals: Ann Jenrette-ThomasPatricia A. Konopka, H. Russell Frisby, Jr., Barbara Portwood

Communications: Patrick Bustamante