The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Announces Wade W. Herring, II, Inducted as Fellow

HunterMaclean, a leading business law firm with offices in Savannah and Brunswick, is pleased to announce that the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers recently elected Wade W. Herring, II, as a new Fellow. Election as a Fellow is the highest recognition by one’s colleagues of sustained outstanding performance in the profession, exemplifying integrity, dedication, and excellence. The twenty-fourth installation of Fellows will be held November 9, 2019, in New Orleans, Louisiana, coincident with the American Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section’s Continuing Legal Education Conference.

Wade Herring is a partner in the Savannah office and has been with HunterMaclean for thirty-four years. Wade’s practice focuses on all aspects of employment problems and issues, including internal employment practices, wage/hour issues, drug testing, sexual harassment, equal employment opportunity, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and employee benefits. Wade is an active member of the community and has served with multiple civic and charitable organizations. He is the past president of the Savannah Bar Association, a past president of the Savannah East Rotary, and past chair of the board of trustees at Savannah Country Day School. He also previously served on the Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy board as chair of the Ways and Means Committee and still remains involved with this organization.

Wade received his B.A., magna cum laude, from Dartmouth College in 1980 and his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Georgia in 1983. He was a Woodruff Scholar and a member of the Order of the Coif at the University of Georgia. Wade served a three-year term on the Dartmouth Alumni Council and continues to serve as the Dartmouth Class of 1980 secretary.

The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers was established in 1995 through an initiative of the Council of The Section of Labor and Employment Law of the American Bar Association. The idea was to further this profession in all its aspects as one uniquely important to the world of labor and employment law, individual rights, collective bargaining, and dispute resolution. It operates as a freestanding organization recognizing those who, by long and outstanding service, have distinguished themselves as leaders in the field. With the current installation, the College is represented by more than fourteen hundred members in forty-six states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and eight Canadian provinces.