Susan D. Solle Represented Dayton Bar Association at the ABA Bar Leadership Institute

May 17, 2016News Releases

Dinsmore & Shohl LLP’s Susan D. Solle attended the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Bar Leadership Institute last month. Solle serves as President-Elect of the Dayton Bar Association (DBA) and attended the Institute with Brian Wildermuth, Second Vice President of the DBA.

The ABA’s Bar Leadership Institute took place in Chicago from March 16-18, 2016. More than 330 representatives from legal organizations from across the country attended the Leadership Institute to gain insight from ABA officials on the latest trends and issues facing these associations. They also learned about the resources available from the ABA for bar associations and foundations. Solle attended sessions on bar leadership, governance and communications.

“I found the ABA Bar Leadership Institute to be extremely informative and useful,” said Solle. “It was also a great opportunity to network with other emerging leaders in the legal industry, and I was honored to represent the Dayton Bar Association.”

The Bar Leadership Institute is sponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on Bar Activities and Services and the ABA Division for Bar Services as part of the association’s long-standing goal of fostering partnerships with state and local bars and related organizations.

Solle is a member of Dinsmore’s Commercial Litigation Group and concentrates her practice in the areas of business, employment and insurance litigation and appellate advocacy. She represents businesses and individuals in commercial and other civil litigation, including contract disputes, torts, trade secret and non-competition issues, as well as various employment claims, including discrimination, unemployment, and workers' compensation claims.


About the Dayton Bar Association
Founded in 1883, the Dayton Bar Association, with a membership of more than 1650 legal professionals, is dedicated to the administration of justice and the public's respect for the law. Our Judge, Magistrate, Attorney, Paralegal, Legal Administrator and Law Student members strive to Raise the Bar of the Legal Profession and serve the community in which they live and work.

About the American Bar Association
With nearly 400,000 members, the American Bar Association is one of the largest voluntary professional membership organizations in the world. As the national voice of the legal profession, the ABA works to improve the administration of justice, promotes programs that assist lawyers and judges in their work, accredits law schools, provides continuing legal education, and works to build public understanding around the world of the importance of the rule of law.