Chapman Discusses Lawyering During the Coronavirus Pandemic

October 29, 2020
Speaking Engagement

Senior counsel Bill Chapman, Potter Anderson’s chief diversity officer and director of pro bono services, was a panelist at a Delaware State Bar Association program about lawyering during the coronavirus pandemic. The panel discussed managing staff anxiety and work/life balance challenges; interacting with clients/constituents; changing short-term and long-term policies and procedures; and identifying silver linings.

Chapman leads the firm’s diversity and inclusion initiatives while spearheading the firm’s pro bono program and commitment to community outreach, including mentoring associates in connection with these programs. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a Family Court judge for the state of Delaware. He also served as deputy attorney general for the Delaware Department of Justice.

For more information about the program, visit the DSBA’s website.

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