Brandon J. Evans elected to the Council of the Litigation Section of Michigan State Bar

Brandon J. Evans has been elected to serve on the Council of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Michigan. He was elected with four other lawyers and one judge to a 3-year term on the Council. The general purposes and goals of the Section are: (1) to provide a forum addressed to the problems and interests of the trial practitioner who specializes in the spectrum of civil litigation, without limitaion to a particular substantive area, (2) to establish and maintain a working liaison with the state and federal judiciary toward achieving procedural reform and trial administration that insures the freedom of the adversary processes with due regard for effective resolution of civil conflict, (3) to provide a forum for the development of improved methods, techniques and procedures in the field of general civil litigation, (4) to support and enhance the art of trial and appellate advocacy among the bar and prospective bar, and (5) to generally promote and further professionalism and the interests of the profession within the field of general civil litigation.

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