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Gale White a Founding Member of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel

December 6, 2012

Gale White, a partner in, and chair of, White and Williams’ Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith practice group, is a founding member of the newly formed American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel (ACCEC).

ACCEC was formed to improve the quality of the practice of insurance law and includes leading lawyers in the United States and Canada. White is one of 14 founding members on its Board of Regents.

“The goal of the College is to educate and encourage dialogue between practitioners,” said White. “Our hope is that from those conversations, new and creative ways of resolving matters for our clients will come to fruition.”

White adds, “I am proud to be a founding member and look forward to the opportunity to help make a difference for clients in the industry.”

In addition to her involvement with the ACCEC, White is a member of the Lawyers for Civil Justice, a group that invites only 50 lawyers from across the country to its membership. She serves as Dean of Coverage College®, a firm-sponsored annual event that brings together more than 400 insurance professionals to discuss emerging issues and trends in the insurance industry.

White was also a faculty member of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel’s Litigation Management College, held yearly at Northwestern University, from 1997 through 2004. She also served as the Dean of Curriculum for 2005-2006, and was former chair of the Insurance Coverage and Life, Health & Disability Sections.

For more information about ACCEC, please visit www.americancollegecec.org.

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