Clark Hill PLC Attorney William B. Dunn to Serve as a Panelist at the 38th ABA National Conference on Professional Responsibility
– Clark Hill PLC attorney William B. Dunn will serve as a panelist on rules of professional discipline at the 38th Annual American Bar Association (ABA) National Conference on Professional Responsibility, May 31-June 2, in Boston, Mass. The panel, “The Model Rules of Lawyer Disciplinary Enforcement: Time for a Change?,” will cover a variety of disciplinary topics, including the proper scope and breadth of discovery practices in grievance matters, considerations regarding reinstatement, and ways to make the rules more accessible to the non-lawyer adjudicator.
Dunn is resident in Clark Hill’s Detroit office. He specializes in real property, secured transactions and related business practice, as well as legal ethics and professional responsibility. His work in the area of legal ethics and professional responsibility has led to numerous speaking and consulting engagements on the topic. Dunn is a past chair of the ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional responsibility and of the State Bar of Michigan Professional Ethics Committee. He also is past chair of the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estates Law Section and past president of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. He has been included in the
Best Lawyers in America®
Real Estate Law for more than 20 years, named one of the Top 100 Super Lawyers in Michigan, and is ranked as a Band One real estate lawyer in
The 38th ABA National Conference on Professional Responsibility is the preeminent educational and networking opportunity in the field of ethics and professional responsibility. It brings together leading experts from across the country to discuss the latest legal trends and developments as they pertain to ethics, professional discipline, professionalism and practice issues.
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