Chris Burnside selected for Bingham Fellows Class
“United We Stand: A New Model for How City Collaborates with State” topic for yearlong program
Frost Brown Todd (FBT) attorney Chris Burnside has been selected as a participant of the Leadership Louisville Center’s Bingham Fellows Class of 2015. From a competitive pool of candidates, Burnside joins 36 other community leaders in a year-long quest to build a collaborative network to improve how cities partner with state government.
The Bingham Fellows program is an advanced leadership program of the Leadership Louisville Center. For over 25 years, it has provided experienced professionals with the opportunity to put into practice the skills that credential each as a leader of leaders. Side by side with peers, participants work to develop dynamic and innovative solutions to our community’s most pressing challenges. Cities across the U.S. are serving as the economic engines and centers for innovation and social progress for their states and the ones that are the most successful build a culture of collaboration as true partners with state and federal governments. The Bingham Fellows seek to better understand how government works and through networking foster collaboration by meeting with experts, learning from national best practices, and working together for positive change.
Burnside is a member of FBT’s business litigation practice group where he handles complex class actions, insurance coverage, bad faith and fire cases in federal and state courts across more than 20 states. He is active in numerous civic and charitable organizations in Louisville.