The 2011 ABOTA National President, Henry T. Widmann, indicated in Mr. Molin’s letter of acceptance that “your election to ABOTA membership further evidences your high personal character, honorable reputation and proficiency as a trial lawyer.”
Chico, CA (PRWEB) May 06, 2011
Stewart Humpherys Molin & Griffith, a Northern California law firm specializing in personal injury, business and real estate law, and estate planning, is proud to announce the election of Richard J. Molin to the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Mr. Molin was elected by the National Board of Directors at their March 20, 2011 meeting and will be involved with the Sacramento Valley Chapter of ABOTA.
ABOTA is comprised of trial lawyers and judges and holds their membership to a strict code of conduct in their practice and in all courtroom interactions. Words such as integrity, respect, courtesy and honest representation are threaded through the ABOTA Code of Professionalism and 29 guiding Principles of Conduct. The 2011 ABOTA National President, Henry T. Widmann, indicated in Mr. Molin’s letter of acceptance that “your election to ABOTA membership further evidences your high personal character, honorable reputation and proficiency as a trial lawyer.”
Election into ABOTA is a prestigious achievement as it requires nomination by others in the field of law who recognize the skill, character and reputation of those they nominate, and a clear vetting process takes place before acceptance is granted.
In a world where lawyers and the legal profession overall is often viewed with cynicism and an expectation of dishonest methods and ethical misconduct, ABOTA seeks to promote and recognize trial lawyers who uphold their responsibility for honesty and truth in all that they do. It is an honor for Mr. Molin to be recognized as proficient in both his practice as a successful trial lawyer as well as in his personal character.
About Richard Molin
Richard Molin, Attorney at Law, is a partner in the law firm of Stewart Humpherys Molin & Griffith, LLP. His very active practice in Chico, CA focuses on litigation in the areas of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death, Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect, Insurance Bad Faith and Medical Malpractice. Richard's practice also has an emphasis in representing victims of violent crimes such as rape and elder abuse victims. For more information visit http://www.richardmolin.com.
ABOTA’s mission is to foster improvement in the ethical and technical standards of practice in the field of advocacy to the end that individual litigants may receive more effective representation and the general public be benefited by more efficient administration of justice consistent with time-tested and traditional principles of litigation. For more information visit http://www.abota.org.