Bradley is pleased to announce that Clarence Webster III, counsel in the firm’s Jackson office, has been appointed to the Mississippi Bar Complaint Tribunal. Appointed by the Mississippi Supreme Court, Mr. Webster will begin serving a three-year term on January 1, 2021.
“We congratulate Clarence on his appointment to the Mississippi Bar Complaint Tribunal,” said Bradley Jackson Office Managing Partner Margaret Oertling Cupples. “This prestigious honor affirms his deep knowledge of and commitment to the legal profession.”
The Complaint Tribunal is comprised of nine judges and 18 lawyers selected by the Mississippi Supreme Court. Members hear and decide disciplinary matters arising out of complaints against attorneys. The Complaint Tribunal sits in panels of three, with each panel comprised of two attorneys and one judge.
A member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group, Mr. Webster represents a broad range of legal clients in complex commercial, product liability and mass torts, real estate, labor and employment and financial services litigation in federal and state courts across the U.S. He has participated in audits and investigations by state agencies and the Department of Labor; provided guidance and recommendations regarding employment decisions; drafted employee contracts, employee handbooks and corporate bylaws; and overseen employment litigation as outside general counsel.
Mr. Webster serves as the editor of the Mississippi Lawyer and as a member of the Mississippi Bar Association’s Ethics Committee. He previously served as chair of the Mississippi Bar’s Litigation Section’s Executive Committee and as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee. He is also vice president for the Capital Area Bar Association and a member of the Magnolia Bar, for which he served as membership chair.