Laurie Vitali joined the firm in 2011 and serves as its Director of Talent Management. She is responsible for helping build a high performance culture through focused training and retention of talented and diverse attorneys and professional staff and linking the firm’s overall strategic goals and objectives to the firm’s professional training and development for attorneys and staff. Laurie oversees the firm’s CLE program and serves as a liaison between the firm’s leadership and associates by working closely with the firm’s Associate Communication Committee.
A previously practicing attorney, Laurie has over 20 years of experience working within law firms and law schools and has held a broad range of leadership roles related to attorney and law student professional development. She has extensive experience providing strategic counsel on a wide range of issues within professional services and university environments. Prior to her professional services work, Laurie was a white collar criminal defense attorney for a Top 50 Law Firm.
Boston University B.A. Economics, magna cum laude
William and Mary School of Law J.D.
Massachusetts (retired) (1994)
Pennsylvania (retired) (1995)
Professional Development Consortium, Member
Human Resources Leadership Forum, Member
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