Sheena R. Hamilton delivers invocation during the ABA’s House of Delegates meeting
Dowd Bennett attorney Sheena R. Hamilton recently gave the invocation during the American Bar Association’s (ABA) House of Delegates meeting in San Francisco. The 400,000 member ABA supports the legal profession with practical resources while improving the administration of justice, accrediting law schools, and establishing model legal regulations and ethical codes. The 600 lawyer House of Delegates is the ABA’s policy-making body. The 44 member Board of Governors is authorized to act on behalf of the ABA between bi-annual meetings of the House of Delegates. Hamilton was elected to the Board of Governors for a three year term that began in 2018. She also received two consecutive ABA Star of the Year Awards for “exemplary performance of duties in service to the public and the ABA.”
At Dowd Bennett, Hamilton’s practice concentrates on employment and complex commercial litigation along with corporate internal investigations. She manages all aspects of litigation proceedings. She defends employers in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies across the United States. In addition to her legal practice, Hamilton serves on the Board of Directors for the United Way of Greater St. Louis and the Regional Business Council’s Young Professionals Network Steering Committee & Leadership 100.