Bradley is pleased to announce that Dorothy (“Dottie”) Daigle Pak, a partner in the firm’s Birmingham office, is the recipient of the firm’s 2017 Diversity Leadership Award.
Created in furtherance of the firm’s core values of diversity and inclusion, the Diversity Leadership Award recognizes a Bradley partner who demonstrates an exceptional commitment to promoting and advancing diversity within the firm.
“Dottie has shown tremendous commitment to diversity and inclusion throughout her career at the firm, and we are proud to honor her with our 2017 Diversity Leadership Award,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Beau Grenier.
Ms. Pak has for two decades served on the front lines of recruiting and retaining diverse talent to the firm, serving for many years on Bradley’s Recruiting Committee and Associate Committee. In addition to her work promoting gender and ethnic diversity, she has been a catalyst for the firm proactively addressing issues impacting the LGBTQ community. She also has been a leader in supporting women’s initiatives at the firm.
In addition, Ms. Pak serves on numerous non-profit boards outside the firm and is a former chair of the Momentum Alumnae Program, which is an Alabama-based leadership program that empowers women to develop leadership skills to positively impact business, culture and politics in the state.
A member of Bradley’s Healthcare Practice Group, Ms. Pak focuses her practice on advising public and private companies, and especially healthcare companies, in general business matters. She represents inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation businesses, ambulatory surgery centers, diagnostic imaging facilities, academic medical centers and other healthcare companies in matters involving complex transactional and regulatory issues. She has successfully guided clients through mergers and acquisitions, syndications, joint ventures, internal restructurings and financing transactions.
In addition to her healthcare work, Ms. Pak maintains a general corporate and securities practice and is heavily involved in economic development matters, representing businesses locating in Alabama in connection with the negotiation of incentives and the implementation of economic development projects.
Ms. Pak earned her J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School and her Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude) from Vanderbilt University.