Sabrina N. Jiwani, an attorney in Bradley Arant Boult Cummings’ Houston office, was appointed to the Texas Minority Counsel Program, or TMCP, Steering Committee.
The TMCP, which was created in 1993 by the State Bar of Texas Office of Minority Affairs, is a client development, networking, and CLE event for diverse attorneys in Texas. Its mission is to increase opportunities for minority, women, and LGBTQ attorneys who provide legal services to corporate and government clients.
“We are proud of Sabrina’s work as a champion of diversity in the legal profession and we congratulate her on her new leadership role with the Texas Minority Counsel Program,” Bradley managing partner Ian P. Faria said.
Jiwani is a member of her firm’s construction and government contracts practice groups and focuses her own practice on commercial litigation. She has represented oil and gas service companies and operations, heavy equipment manufacturers, and dealers. Jiwani has also defended construction companies in multi-party suits involving large-scale infrastructure projects.
Before joining Bradley, Jiwani was an assistant vice president of and senior counsel to JPMorgan Chase, where she focused on collections litigation and sworn documents.
Jiwani, who is also a member of the Houston Bar Association’s Minority Opportunities in the Legal Profession Committee, will serve on the TMCP Steering Committee through 2019.
For more information about TMCP, go to texasbar.com/TMCP.