James Dimos, the ABA's deputy executive director and general counsel, died suddenly Wednesday.
Dimos joined the ABA as the deputy executive director five years ago and has since served as “second in charge” of its staff. He was directly responsible for several areas, including Membership, the Professional Services Division, Legal Education and Admission to the Bar, the Center on Public Interest Law, strategy development and the operations of the association’s Chicago and Washington, D.C. offices.
Dimos also assumed the role of the ABA’s general counsel in September. Prior to his tenure with the association, he served in private practice for nearly 30 years. He focused on intellectual property, competition and media law and represented several Fortune 100 companies in the technology and media industries.
The attorneys at Fazzio Law offer our condolences to Mr. Dimos's family and loved ones.
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