CDK attorney named ‘Fellow’ of national advocacy college
Local attorney Richard A. Dodd has been named “Fellow” of the prestigious National College of Advocacy.
“This designation represents more than 200 hours of continuing legal education within the group, and signifies a commitment to effective representation through professional development,” said Anjai Jesseramsing, senior vice president of the American Association of Justice, adding that Dodd’s “dedication to achieving a high level of competence is obvious.”
Jesseramsing noted that the goal of the continuing education program is to build and develop professional knowledge through a commitment to the development of skills and study of the substance of the law. This continued work exemplifies a commitment to the client, he said.
“Continuing legal education always plays an important role in any lawyer’s ability to be effective,” Dodd said. “I’m happy to be honored but being named a ‘Fellow’ really means you’ve been around for a long time.”
Dodd is a senior partner in the Cappolino Dodd Krebs LLP law firm in Cameron. He has already been named a “Fellow” by the Texas Bar Association in 1996, the College of the State Bar of Texas in 2000 and the Roscoe Pound Institute in 2001.
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