Two Morris Nichols Attorneys Elected to Inaugural Class of American College of Governance Counsel Fellows

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Wilmington, DE (April 21, 2015) - Today, leading corporate governance lawyers from the United States and Canada founded the American College of Governance Counsel, with two Morris Nichols attorneys elected as fellows.

Frederick H. Alexander joins the inaugural class of 36 fellows and A. Gilchrist Sparks III joins the class of nine honorary fellows.  Rick and Gil join a group of “accomplished professionals from the United States and Canada who have made significant, sustained contributions to the governance community through their practice activities, speaking, writing and thought leadership.”

To learn more about the launch of the American College of Governance Counsel, please visit

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