Clark Hill Chicago Attorney John L. Hines, Jr. Elected Vice-Chairman of Erikson Institute’s Board of Trustees
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill Chicago Attorney John L. Hines, Jr. was elected Vice-Chairman of Erikson Institute’s Board of Trustees. Hines has been a member of the Board for almost 14 years.
Erikson Institute is one of the nation’s premier graduate schools in child development and works to improve the care and education of children from the time they are born to the age of eight. Erikson prepares child-development and family-service professionals for teaching, applied research, community service, and leadership roles in the field.
Hines is a member at Clark Hill where he concentrates his practice in the areas of technology transactions, Internet law, and e-commerce.
Clark Hill PLC is an entrepreneurial, full service law firm that provides business legal services, government & public affairs, and personal legal services to our clients throughout the country. With offices in Arizona, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia, Clark Hill has more than 300 attorneys and professionals. For more information on our firm and our services, visit www.clarkhill.com.
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