Taft attorney Austin Warehime was recently selected to participate in the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Lawyers Connecting Beyond the Law (LCBL) program. LCBL focuses on bringing together lawyers and law students from a multitude of backgrounds with the goal of building a more inclusive and cross-culturally informed and responsive legal community. Participants will engage in multiple large group and small learning sessions throughout the year to work toward the program’s 2024 topic of “Creating Inclusive Communities Through Belonging.”
Warehime is an associate in Taft’s Environmental group and advises clients across industries on complex environmental compliance, permitting, and litigation matters. Warehime earned his J.D., cum laude, from Belmont University College of Law and clerked for the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office and the Honorable Kelvin Jones of the Circuit Court of Davidson County.