CHARLESTON, SC—Womble Bond Dickinson was proud to host members of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Global Board of Directors for their most recent meeting. The meeting took place Feb. 6-8 in Womble Bond Dickinson’s newly remodeled Charleston office, located in the heart of historic downtown Charleston.
Womble Bond Dickinson Chair Betty Temple, Vice Chair Ellen Gregg and Charleston Office Managing Partner Jim Myrick represented the firm at the meeting. In addition to the business sessions, the event included a welcome dinner reception, a cocktail party and a house tour of the historic home of Womble Bond Dickinson partners Henry and Susan Smythe.
The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is a global bar association that promotes the common professional and business interests of in-house counsel who work for corporations, associations and other organizations through information, education, networking opportunities and advocacy initiatives. The ACC includes more than 40,000 members representing over 10,000 organizations in 85 countries.
Womble Bond Dickinson is a long-time supporter of the ACC and its member chapters. The firm is the sponsor of the ACC Compliance & Ethics Committee.
ACC President & CEO Veta Richardson
Womble Bond Dickinson Charleston Office Managing Partner Jim Myrick with ACC Credentialing Institute President Jim Merklinger (2nd from left); Adrian Goss, General Counsel of the Bauer Media Group and the past president of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association (now ACC Australia) (right); and Aggie Goss (left).
Womble Bond Dickinson Chair & CEO Betty Temple, Veta Richardson, Jim Myrick, Jim Merklinger and Womble Bond Dickinson Vice Chair Ellen Gregg
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Cordes Ford, Jim Merklinger, and Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Sean Houseal
Isabel Fish, wife of Simon Fish, President of Bank of Montreal and ACC Chair, Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Susan Smythe and Veta Richardson.