Dean Blake Morant and Kenneth Imo (’00) named in On Being a Black Lawyer’s second Annual Power 100 List
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Office of Communications and Public Relations
December 6, 2012
Dean Blake Morant and law school alumnus Kenneth Imo (’00) are named in the On Being a Black Lawyer’s second Annual Power 100 List. The list is a comprehensive catalog of the nation’s most influential black attorneys working in government, academics, and both the public and private sectors.
As honorees, both men will be honored at a reception on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, in Washington, D.C. They will also be profiled in OBABL’s Power 100 Special Edition (2013) and receive a complimentary copy of the over-sized, hardcover coffee table book.
OBABL has been recognized by the American Bar Association, National Black Law Students Association, and National Association of Black Journalists. Founded in 2008 as a news and resource center, OBABL has grown into a social media firm providing research, career development, and brand marketing opportunities to our clients.
“We all are so proud that you have been justifiably recognized,” Dean Morant wrote to Imo. “Your star continues to shine brightly and the greater community now sees it. I owe any accolades to the great people at this fine institution, including remarkable alumni such as you.”