Darin Day Named SBM Director of Outreach & Constituent Development
The State Bar of Michigan has named Darin A. Day its new director of outreach and constituent development. In this role, Day will serve as a liaison between the State Bar organization and its constituents, with a focus on local and affiliate bar association leaders. He will strengthen communications regarding the bar’s programs and activities, including Law Day and bar leadership programs.
Before working for the State Bar, Day served as general counsel and director of quality and risk management at Tucker Company Worldwide Inc., in Haddonfield, New Jersey. Prior to that he worked as an associate at the Boston law firms Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP and Goodwin Proctor LLP. He also served as a field instructor for the University of Michigan Graduate School of Social Work, as executive director and co-founder of Homeless Empowerment Relationship Organization in Flint and Ann Arbor, as service learning consultant for the Points of Light Foundation in Lansing and Washington, D.C., and as a special project consultant for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in Belmopan, Belize.
Day has extensive experience as a volunteer in his community, having served as a member of the Michigan Community Service Commission and the Michigan Campaign for Volunteerism, on the boards of Maryville Treatment Centers and Trinity Center for Urban Life, as a lawyer advisor to Boston Citizen Schools/Discovering Justice Program, and as a big brother in Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Camden County, New Jersey. Day earned his bachelor’s degree in social work from Michigan State University and his juris doctor from the University of Chicago Law School.