Varnum attorney Luis Avila has been named to the Board of Directors of the Grand Rapids Art Museum.
Avila is a partner in the Labor and Employment group at Varnum, focusing his practice on labor, employment and immigration issues. In addition to his law practice, Avila is the current Chair of the West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and serves on the boards of Grand Rapids Ballet, Wedgwood Christian Services and Grand Rapids Symphony.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum has in its collection over 5,000 works of art, ranging from Renaissance to Modern Art. Focusing on art, design and creativity, GRAM provides diverse platforms for experiences, ideas, and dialogue that enrich the human spirit and build practical learning skills.
Avila is the recipient of numerous recognitions, including his selection for the past two years as a “Rising Star” by Michigan Super Lawyers, and being named to the Lawyers of Color Hot List in 2014. He was recently named to Grand Rapids Business Journal’s “40 Under Forty Business Leaders,” for the third time. Avila is a member of the current class of Leadership Grand Rapids