We are pleased to announce that John C. McMeekin II has been elected to a three-year term to the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association (ABA). The House of Delegates collaborate to discuss ABA policy and act as the policy-making body of the entire association. Delegates also lobby on behalf of members of the ABA to federal, state and local governmental bodies. The House of Delegates was established in 1936 and meets twice each year at ABA meetings. The House of Delegates consists of 589 members from state, local and territorial or Commonwealth Bar Associations as well as the Sections, Divisions and Forums of the ABA.
John has previously served as Chair of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) and on the Section Officer Committee. In addition to his service on behalf of the American Bar Association and the TIPS Section, John is also a member of the Section of Litigation, a counselor to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and a past board member and fire fighter with the Radnor Township Volunteer Fire Company and the Baltimore County, MD Fire Department. He is also a participating member of the ABOTA Roundtable. He is a past Barrister of the Environmental Inn of Court, Chair of the Environmental & Toxic Tort Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association and a member of the IADC and UIA.
He is an accomplished trial lawyer who serves on the Executive Committee of Rawle & Henderson LLP, the nation’s oldest law firm, founded in 1783. Rawle & Henderson is a Mid-Atlantic litigation boutique firm with offices in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West Virginia, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut with lawyers presenting the interests of corporations, businesses, individuals and their insurers.
John McMeekin may be reached directly at 215-575-4200.