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FHG delivers multicultural legal news for and by minority legal professionals  through the 5 Minority Counselor websites, where minority legal professionals can also market and brand their legal services to both corporate and government legal departments as well as to the nations underserved minority communities and general public.

These one of a kind websites integrates the best of new media news delivery through blogs and video to deliver legal information that is timely, relevant and historic. The 5 Minority Counselor websites provide access to legal information that has never before been provided by minority lawyers in one place.

Each website also provides a national database of minority lawyers that is searchable by practice area, location, law school and more.  In addition, each website also provides other free information as:
  • state and federal legal statute resources
  • legal guides
  • blogs on important legal issues
  • national events page
  • videos featuring lawyers, legal events and legal issues
Click to experience the benefits of our innovative multicultural legal news and information websites.

Black Counselor Online
Asian Counselor
Latino Counselor
Minority Counselor
NativeAmerican Counselor

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Produced at Howard University’s WHUT in conjunction with the School of Communications

All Things Legal on Minority Counselor TV

“ALL THINGS LEGAL” is a new legal news web series on the newly launched MinorityCounselorTV.com, where minority legal professionals are promoted as subject matter thought leaders through branded practice area shows, speakers at live conferences, and the aggregation and redistribution of diversity leader/organization published content. Founded and hosted by veteran lawyer, Jo Saint-George, the mission of MCTV is to give a collective voice in digital media to minority legal professionals.

The Minority Counselor Web TV Network is an excellent medium for minority lawyers to communicate their practice area acumen and to promote their brand through the rapidly growing next generation of new media technology.