Chicago, IL (December 16, 2019) – Epstein Becker Green (EBG) is proud to announce that James J. Oh, Member of the Firm, in the firm’s Chicago office, has been recognized in Crain’s Chicago Business 2019 Notable Minorities in Accounting, Consulting & Law. According to Crain’s, this year’s list features 56 professionals who promote diversity and inclusion at their firms, mentor young colleagues, seek out recruits at their alma maters and other area schools, and also give back to their communities.
At EBG, Mr. Oh is making an impact on a daily basis by providing mentorship and professional development opportunities to all attorneys with whom he interacts. For these qualities and more, he has also been recognized as an EBG 2019 Core Values Champion.
To qualify for the Crain’s list, nominees must be based in the Chicago area and be employed full time at a public accounting, consulting or law firm of 25 or more employees. They must have shown the ability or power to effect change in their role or area of practice, serve as a role model or mentor, and have assumed a leadership position outside their organization. This list features only individuals for whom nominations were submitted and accepted after a review by the Crain’s Chicago Business editorial team.
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