Donald G. Rockwell, of Flint, is the founder of Nill Rockwell, P.C., and devotes most of his time to serving as university counsel for Kettering University. He also litigates and serves as a mediator, arbitrator, case evaluator, and umpire in various types of disputes, including personal injury, property, business, insurance, and employment claims.
He has been involved in State Bar work for more than a decade and has served on many of its committees and groups. He has served on the SBM Board of Commissioners for many years, and has served as treasurer, secretary, vice president, president-elect, and president. He has also served on the State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly.
Rockwell has served as a judge on the 67th District Court bench in Genesee County. He has also served as president of the Genesee County Bar Association, a founding member and the first president of the UM-Flint Alumni Society, as past president of the American Inns of Court Centennial Chapter, and as a past president of the Rotary Club of Flint. He served for over 20 years on the board of the Community Dispute Resolution Center, which provides mediation services to nine counties in Michigan. He is also currently serving as president of the Flint Township Civil Service Commission, as well as a board member and secretary of Carriage Town Ministries.
Jennifer Grieco and Donald Rockwell talk about the programs and initiatives that have meant the most to them as bar leaders.
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