Taft Chicago Litigation partner Kim Walberg participated in a roundtable discussion on Diversity in Law for Crain's Chicago Business. She was one of three panelists who answered questions about how the diversity landscape has changed in the last decade, barriers for women and lawyers of color to advance in their legal careers, and the effects of the pandemic on underrepresented attorneys.
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Walberg is a partner and chair of Taft's Chicago Litigation group, and concentrates in commercial litigation, including breach of contract, business torts, land use disputes, gaming, and enforcement of restrictive covenants. She is a member of Taft's Diversity and Inclusion Committee and previously served on the firm's Executive Committee.