James M. Cameron, Jr. Honored with Ethics, Service And Professionalism Award
June 9, 2014 - Thomas M. Cooley Law School’s Center for Ethics, Service, and Professionalism honored James M. Cameron, Jr., office managing member for the Dykema law firm’s Ann Arbor office, at the Integrity in Our Communities Speaker series event at Cooley's Ann Arbor campus on June 5.
Cameron was presented with the Integrity in Our Communities Award for his dedication to ethics and professionalism in the field of law through his work as chairperson of the Attorney Discipline Board, through his commitment to pro bono service and his community support.
“Attorney Cameron’s dedication to pro bono service and to ethics and professionalism in the field of law makes him deserving of receiving Cooley’s Integrity in Our Communities Award,” said Melissa Stowe-Lloyd, assistant director for Cooley’s Center for Ethics, Service, and Professionalism. “He has committed himself to act ethically and professionally in his daily work as an attorney, but also reaches out to other attorneys and law students as a leader in those efforts.”
Cooley students, faculty, and staff, as well as attorneys from the community, attended the event recognizing Cameron to hear him present on Ethics in the Legal Community and the Importance of Pro Bono Work and Community Service.
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