Jackson Walker partner Len Wade has been elected to serve as a member of the 2023 Council for the Business Litigation Section of the Dallas Bar Association. He will serve in this role in addition to his role as Chair of the Tarrant County Bar Association Business Litigation Section.
“It is a great honor to serve on the Business Litigation Sections of the Dallas and Tarrant County Bar Associations,” Len stated. “The local bar associations are crucial for providing free or low-cost CLE to attorneys and for facilitating camaraderie within the legal community.”
“The local bar associations are crucial for providing free or low-cost CLE to attorneys and for facilitating camaraderie within the legal community.”
Founded in 1873, the Dallas Bar Association (DBA) is dedicated to the continuing education of its members as well as public service programs and improvement of the administration of justice. The Business Law Section is one of 30 different sections of the DBA and is committed to providing free or low-cost CLE through luncheons or seminars. As a 2023 Business Litigation Section Council member, Len will help provide a forum for attorneys to discuss state and federal business litigation issues, foster communication among attorneys and the local judiciary, ensure CLE opportunities, promote ethics and integrity in business litigation, and enhance the justice system and the quality of legal service to clients and the public.
Len focuses his practice on complex litigation, mediation, and arbitration. Prior to Jackson Walker, Len served as judge of the 141st District Court of the State of Texas. He is also an accomplished mediator for over 20 years. He received training from the Attorney-Mediators Institute in Dallas and is a member of the Association of Attorney-Mediators and the Commercial Panel of Neutrals for the American Arbitration Association. He has also served as an adjunct professor at the Pepperdine University School of Law. In recognition of his arbitration experience, Len has been recognized among The Best Lawyers in America since 2019 and as a “Texas Super Lawyer” by Thomson Reuters since 2020.