Thursday, March 21, 2013

Van Bolt Announces Retirement

One of the most veteran disciplinary officials in the Nation has announced his retirement.

John Van Bolt, who has served in the Michigan disciplinary system since 1980 (i.e. over thirty  years) will retire from his position as Executive Director of the Attorney Discipline Board.

The above link provides information to interested applicants for the position.

I have worked closely with John when I was in the District of Columbia bar system. He is an outstanding person and lawyer.

We wish him well. (Mike Frisch)

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I have worked with John since 1994. Mike is correct. John is an outstanding person and lawyer, and a model public servant. He is fair-minded, hard-working, and pretty self-effacing, which makes this recognition all the more appropriate. On behalf of his devoted staff, thanks, Mike.

Posted by: Mark Armitage | Apr 5, 2013 11:52:19 AM

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