[COLUMBIA, S.C. April 25, 2012] – Collins & Lacy, P.C. attorneys Jack Griffeth and Ross Plyler, both of the firm’s Greenville office, were elected to the South Carolina Bar Association House of Delegates in the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit.
The House of Delegates acts as the legislative arm of the South Carolina Bar Association and convenes at least twice annually to establish the policy of the Bar. Counties are divided into judicial districts and allotted a certain number of delegates who each serve a two-year term.
“Though we have always been active members of the South Carolina Bar Association, we are honored to be chosen as delegates on behalf of our circuit and to play a role in the policy of the Bar,” said Jack Griffeth.
In addition to practicing in employment law, college and university law and mediation, Jack is past president of the Greenville Bar Association and president elect of the South Carolina Bar Foundation, whose mission is to fund the advancement of justice by improving access, education and accountability. Ross Plyler practices in insurance coverage, commercial transportation and college and university law, and he serves on the Goodwill Foundation Board of Directors.
“As always, we are proud of the good work our attorneys do for the practice of law in South Carolina and for our communities,” said managing partner Ellen Adams. “With the opening of our Charleston office, we continue to spread this good work across the state.”
Jack and Ross will each serve a two-year term with the House of Delegates effective immediately. To learn more about the House of Delegates, visit http://www.scbar.org/.