Fedullo to Stress Schools, Judicial Ratings System
"It's for young lawyers and lawyers who may want to go out on their own. We intend to run the series throughout the year to help these lawyers, because employment issues are serious in our profession right now, especially for young folks coming out of school," Fedullo said. "We want to show them how an Alan Feldman did it or how many others who have started successful practices have done it."
During his speech, Fedullo thanked his wife, Shelli Fedullo, who is a partner at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker; his son, Bill Fedullo; outgoing Chancellor Kathleen D. Wilkinson; and several other members of the bar association for their support and encouragement.
William Fedullo will be the 87th chancellor of the bar association. He served as vice chancellor from 2011 to 2012 and has twice served as the chair of the association's Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention. Fedullo is a graduate of Delaware Law School, now Widener University School of Law.