Jackson-Walker congratulates Fort Worth Partner Len Wade on his election as Chairman of the Tarrant County Bar Association’s Business Litigation Division. Previously, he served a three-year term on the Judicial Review Board, where he served as program director for the Business Litigation Section.
Founded in 1904, the Tarrant County Bar Association (TCBA) offers more than 40 programs and committees that address the needs of Tarrant County attorneys to improve the quality of practice in city and county courts. increase.
The TCBA Business Litigation Section is one of 18 substantive law sections that offer free or low-cost CLE through luncheons and seminars. As the Section’s Program Director, Wren provides a forum for attorneys to discuss state and federal business litigation issues, facilitates communication between attorneys and local law enforcement agencies, secures CLE opportunities, and Promote ethics and integrity in business litigation, strengthen the judicial system, and quality of legal services to clients and the public.
Len focuses on complex litigation, mediation, and arbitration. Prior to Jackson Walker, Len served as a judge in the 141st District Court of Texas. He has also been an accomplished mediator for over 20 years. He was trained by the Dallas Association of Lawyers and Mediators, is a member of the Lawyers and Mediators Association, and is a member of the Commercial Neutrality Committee of the American Arbitration Association. He also served as adjunct professor at Pepperdine University School of Law. In recognition of his arbitration experience, Ren best lawyer in america Since 2019.