Managing Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP
Wally Martinez served as LCLD’s second Chair, succeeding Founding Chair Rick Palmore in 2013. Named one of the nation's “50 Most Influential Minority Lawyers” by the National Law Journal, Wally has been instrumental in establishing Hunton & Williams as a foundation stone of LCLD, making human and material resources available to LCLD since its founding.
Hunton & Williams’ diversity efforts include “Oneness Luncheons,” which provide a forum for minority lawyers to network and engage with others, a women’s initiative, and its LGBT Initiatives Task Force. The firm has been named one of the “50 Best Law Firms for Women” and one of the “100 Top Workplaces for Women.” Hunton & Williams was named a Most Active Member Law Firm in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Highlights of LCLD Participation
LCLD Board of Directors
Hosted Leadership Lunch (2013)
2017: Amber M. Rogers; 2016: Cecilia Y. Oh; 2015: Sergio Oehninger; 2014: Jamila S. Mensah; 2013: Rita Davis; 2012: Corey Lee; 2011: Rudene Haynes
1L LCLD Scholars Program
2017: Alyson Brown, Jackie Chang, Victoria Chang, Akiyah Francis, Victoria Nguyen; 2016: Nicholas Ramos, Matthew Rosendahl, Vid Sankar, Harshil Shukla, Diana Vall-Ilobera; 2015: Mohamed Al-Hendy, Kenesia L. Cook, Taylor Mioko Dewberry, Candace Johnson, Phoebe Anne Willis; 2014: Luke Gilhooly, Camille Powell, Remington Shepard, Jennifer Wong; 2013: Ujjayini Bose, Bria Delaney, David Mitchell; 2012: Juan Mendoza, Mai Denawa, Rebekah Scherr, Janet Martini
Success in Law School Mentoring Program
Mentors provided: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012
Annual Meeting (2016, 2015, 2014)
Member: Wally Martinez
Diversity Professional: Judith Itkin
Communications: Anne Malloy Tucker