Kimberly M. Cahill of Center Line has been elected president
of the State Bar of Michigan for the 2006-2007 bar year. She will be sworn
in as president of the more than 38,000-member organization at a luncheon on
Thursday, September 14, during the Bar's Annual Meeting in Ypsilanti.
Also serving as officers for 2006-2007 will be President–Elect
Ronald D. Keefe of Marquette, Vice-President Edward H. Pappas of Bloomfield
Hills, Secretary Charles R. Toy of Lansing and Treasurer W. Anthony Jenkins
Cahill is a partner with Schoenherr, Cahill and Warnez, P.C. in Center Line where she focuses on real estate, probate, estate planning and family law. Keefe is a shareholder of Kendricks, Bordeau, Adamini, Chilman and Greenlee, PC in Marquette. Pappas is the director of commercial and business litigation and alternative dispute resolution at Dickinson Wright, PLLC in Bloomfield Hills. Toy practices environmental, commercial, and criminal litigation with Farhat and Story, PC in Lansing. Jenkins is a partner at Dickinson Wright PLLC, where he serves on the board of governors and represents clients in the automotive, real estate and retail industries.
The Representative Assembly will elect a new clerk at its meeting in September. New officers for 2006-2007 will be Chairperson Ed Haroutunian of Bingham Farms and Vice-Chairperson Robert C. Gardella of Brighton.