Philadelphia, PA (February 5, 2024) – Rawle & Henderson partner John C. McMeekin II was sworn in as a member of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) House of Delegates on Monday, February 5. He is a delegate of the Tort Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) and a member of the Pennsylvania state delegation. The 2024 mid-year meeting was held at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, KY.
Mr. McMeekin was elected in February of 2023 to a three-year term on the ABA’s House of Delegates, which is the policy-making body of the association.
“I am proud to have been sworn in today as a delegate of the Tort Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) to the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates and a member of the Pennsylvania delegation,” said John C. McMeekin. “The House debated and passed resolutions on important and significant issues impacting the legal profession and the freedoms embedded in our Constitution including professionalism, the Rule of Law, Diversity and Inclusion, and access to higher education and the legal profession. It is a personal privilege to be a fiduciary of our honorable profession and what we swore to uphold,” he said.
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