Lynn Diamond Leaves Diamond Industry

It may seem like she is leaving the jewelry industry after 20-plus years to become a lawyer, but former Diamond Promotion Service executive director S. Lynn Diamond wants people to know she isn't completely saying good-bye. “I'm not going to disappear,” she told JCK, at a lunch that served as a break from studying for the bar exam. She notes that she is still a member of the 24 Karat Club and wants to keep up her industry contacts and friendships. She even still surfs industry news Web sites. “I don't feel like I'm going to be leaving,” she says. (At press time, no replacement had been named for her at DPS.) But she is making a pretty drastic career jump: Diamond, who graduated from Brooklyn Law School this year, is leaving DPS to become an associate at White and Case—an international “white shoe” corporate law firm. Entry-level law jobs at corporate firms are notorious
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