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Southfield, Mich. — June 30, 2015 — Neil Rockind, founder of Southfield-based criminal defense law firm, Rockind Law, has been invited to serve on the Advisory Board for the Washington, D.C.-based National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys (NACDA).
The Advisory Board of NACDA includes one criminal defense attorney from each state and considers issues such as continuing legal education and best practices in the criminal defense field. The invitation to serve on the advisory board was determined by member votes, with Rockind receiving the highest number of votes for Michigan.
Rockind is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the founding of Rockind Law in 2015 and earlier this year was named among 25 Leaders in the Law by the legal trade publication, Michigan Lawyers Weekly.
About the NACDA
The National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys (NACDA), established in 2013, is a professional organization championing those who fight for the rights of the accused. By equipping highly-qualified criminal defense attorneys with the most current continuing education opportunities and providing the public with the most accurate, up-to-date listings of top ranked attorneys in their states, the NACDA helps ensure quality representation for individuals facing charges. Learn more here.
About Rockind Law
Rockind Law is a Southfield, Michigan-based criminal defense law firm aggressively pursuing justice for individuals facing criminal charges, including white collar crime, drunk driving, narcotics and assault. To find out more about the firm’s services and resources, visit http://www.rockindlaw.com/.