Bradley is pleased to announce that Clarence Webster III, counsel in the firm’s Jackson office, has begun a one-year term as president of the Capital Area Bar Association (CABA).
Mr. Webster is a member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group, where he represents and advises a broad range of clients in a variety of litigation matters, including complex commercial, labor and employment, product liability, mass tort, and appellate. He has also advised healthcare and business clients on federal and state labor laws, board governance, business formation, and contract drafting and negotiation. Mr. Webster has been recognized by Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2013. He previously served in several leadership roles on CABA’s board of directors.
“Clarence is a tremendous attorney and a highly regarded leader in the Jackson legal community,” said Bradley Jackson Office Managing Partner Margaret Oertling Cupples. “As a fellow member of CABA’s board, I look forward to the association’s direction under Clarence’s leadership.”
CABA is a voluntary bar association in Mississippi serving Hinds County and the metropolitan areas of Madison and Rankin Counties, providing members with opportunities to engage on current legal issues through publications and educational events. CABA is dedicated to promoting and maintaining high standards of professional service and conduct towards clients, fellow lawyers, the public, and the courts.