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Keith Wetmore, Morrison & Foerster

Keith Wetmore — Chair of Morrison & Foerster Hereby Asked to Disclose Reason/s MoFo Does Not Employ Any African-American Male as Associate and/or Partner in its Headquarter in San Francisco, MoFo’s Offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego

Consistent with The Leslie Brodie Report’s commitment to integrity and adherence to the highest level of ethical journalism, and in order to report on both sides of a controversy, Mr. Keith Wetmore — Chair of Morrison & Foerster is hereby asked to disclose reason/s MoFo does not employ any African-American male as Associate and/or Partner in its headquarter in San Francisco, as well as in  MoFo’s offices located in Los Angeles, Sacramento, and San Diego.


Keith Wetmore  of Morrison & Foerster (Courtesy Photo)
Keith Wetmore is the chair of Morrison & Foerster LLP. As chair of the firm, Mr. Wetmore takes the lead in setting policy and providing strategic direction to the firm. Before becoming chair, Mr. Wetmore led the firm’s 50-lawyer Finance and Infrastructure practice, bringing to his engagements 20 years’ experience in debt and lease finance, both domestic and international. Mr. Wetmore has represented money center banks as agent in syndicated credit facilities, including multi-billion dollar working capital and acquisition financings, as well as smaller transactions, with particular emphasis in the technology and forest products sectors. While at the University of Michigan Law School, Mr. Wetmore served as Articles Editor for the Michigan Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif.(image and narrative courtesy of MoFo)


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Please observe that, rather than contacting Mr. Wetmore directly, the query is being delivered publicly, here and now.

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