Clark Hill’s Reginald M. Turner assumes role of President-Elect of the American Bar Association
On Aug. 4, Clark Hill’s Reginald M. Turner assumed the role of President-Elect of the American Bar Association (ABA). Turner will serve a one-year term as President-Elect and in August 2021, he will become President of the American Bar Association. Turner is past president of the National Bar Association and past president of the State Bar of Michigan. He has served as the State Delegate for Michigan in the American Bar Association House of Delegates, and as chair of the ABA House of Delegates Rules & Calendar Committee, the Committee on Issues of Concern to the Profession, and the Committee on Credentials and Admissions. Turner is also a past chair of the ABA Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession and the Commission on the Lawyer's Role in Assuring Every Child a Quality Education.
Turner is a highly accomplished litigator, government affairs advocate, and strategic advisor. He is a member of Clark Hill’s Executive Committee and a member of the Government & Regulatory Affairs and Labor & Employment practice groups.
To view the full press release announcing Turner’s position as President-Elect of the ABA, please click here.
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