American Bar Association Elects First Black President
Dennis Archer, past Michigan Supreme Court Justice and two-term Mayor of Detroit was elected by the ABA as its first African-American President. Archer pledges to emphasize diversity in the association. After his term, Mr. Archer will be succeeded by another African-American, Robert Gray, Jr. Great news–read about it here. For more from Mr. Archer on the future of the American Bar Association and minorities in law and society, visit the Minority Law Journal at this link.