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Snell & Wilmer's Lonnie J. Williams Elected to Secretary of the National Conference of Bar Presidents
Snell & Wilmer announced that Lonnie J. Williams, Jr., was recently elected to the Office of Secretary of the National Conference of Bar Presidents (NCBP) for a one year term. Williams previously served as a Member of the Executive Council from 1998-2001. This recent election to the office of secretary is the first step toward serving as president of the national organization.
Williams, a partner with the Phoenix office of Snell & Wilmer, is the practice group leader for the firm's employment law group. He has extensive trial experience representing clients in employment, commercial, tort, banking, condemnation/eminent domain and real estate disputes. Williams is a Past President of the Maricopa County Bar Association; a member of the National Bar Association; and a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Williams is currently listed in The Best Lawyers in America(R), editions 1995-2002.
Founded in 1950, the National Conference of Bar Presidents is an independent, voluntary association of individuals who share the privilege of past and present bar leadership. NCBP's focus is to provide high quality programming to assure that bar leaders remain on the cutting edge of issues of concern to their members. The organization also emphasizes outreach to minority and specialty bars.