Patrick McGlone 2016 | Ullico

Ullico General Counsel Patrick McGlone Elected D.C. Bar President-Elect

Washington, D.C. (June 2, 2016) — Patrick McGlone has been elected president-elect of The District of Columbia Bar, the second-largest unified bar in the country, for the 2016-2017 term. McGlone, who serves as Ullico's senior vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer, assumes the office on June 15. He will become president of the D.C. Bar beginning in June 2017.

"I am honored and humbled that my peers have selected me for this leadership role." McGlone said. "The D.C. Bar has a long history of providing outstanding value for its members and promoting access to justice for low-income individuals. I look forward to making my contribution to the Bar’s success."

The D.C. Bar was created in 1972 by the D.C. Court of Appeals and has more than 100,000 members. The Bar maintains the ethical standards for D.C. lawyers, supports its members in their practices, and protects the public. McGlone has been a member of the Bar since 1988 and joined Ullico in 2002.

Edward M. Smith, president and CEO of Ullico Inc., said, "Pat McGlone is an accomplished attorney and visionary leader. He will make a superb president of the D.C. Bar."

About Ullico

For more than 85 years, Ullico, the only labor-owned insurance and investment company, has been a proud partner of the labor movement, keeping union families safe and secure. From insurance products that protect union members, leaders and employers, to investments in building projects that have created thousands of union jobs, our customers continue to trust us with protecting their families, employees and investments. The Ullico Inc. family of companies includes The Union Labor Life Insurance Company; Ullico Casualty Group, Inc.; Ullico Investment Company, Inc.; and Ullico Investment Advisors, Inc.

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