Nelson Mullins’ David Dukes Selected
for Liberty Fellowship Board
GREENVILLE, S.C. (July 12, 2016)–David E. Dukes, a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Columbia office, has been selected to serve on the board of Liberty Fellowship, a statewide initiative that seeks to inspire outstanding leadership in South Carolina and empower the state’s young leaders to realize their full potential.
“This is a group of accomplished, yet unique individuals who have shown a relentless drive to push South Carolina to its potential,” said Liberty Fellowship President & CEO Luanne Runge. “That is the vision for Liberty Fellowship, and their tremendous experience and expertise will be of great benefit to the organization.”
The new directors will begin serving their terms in the fall.
Mr. Dukes practices in the areas of business litigation, technology litigation, pharmaceutical and medical device litigation, patent litigation, securities litigation, and coordination of national litigation. He has served as president of two national lawyer organizations. Mr. Dukes also served as managing partner of the Firm for more than ten years and currently serves on the Executive Committee.
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