Midlands people & achievements: William C. Hubbard

February 14, 2013 

William Hubbard Becomes First South Carolinian To Lead ABA House of Delegates ÊCOLUMBIA - The American Bar Association's Nominating Committee has named Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Partner William C. Hubbard to chair the 555-member House of Delegates beginning in August for a two-year term. The Chair of the House isÊthe second highest elected position in the 413,000-member organization. Mr. Hubbard is the first South Carolinian to be elected to this position since the ABA was founded in 1878.

William C. Hubbard, a partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, has been selected by the nominating committee as president-elect nominee of the American Bar Association. He is set to be confirmed by the group’s House of Delegates in August and will serve his one-year term as president of the association in 2014. Hubbard, who is running unopposed, served as chairman of the House of Delegates from 2008-2010.

Anne-Kathryn Flanagan

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