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John Dickey Inducted as Fellow of Dallas Bar Foundation

Honor Recognizes Lawyer’s Commitment to Service, Education and Philanthropy

April 1, 2013

John C. Dickey, a corporate finance attorney and member in the Firm’s Dallas office, has been inducted as a Fellow of the Dallas Bar Foundation. Dickey was installed at a ceremony during the Dallas Bar Foundation’s 22nd Annual Fellows Luncheon held on March 27, 2013, at the Belo Mansion in downtown Dallas. Fellows of the Foundation are selected for their outstanding professional achievements and demonstrated high ethical standards as well as commitment to the cause of justice and the welfare of the community.

Election as a Dallas Bar Foundation Fellow is a special honor and a mark of professional distinction. Dallas Bar Foundation Fellows are the sustaining force behind the Dallas Bar Association’s philanthropic efforts, helping sponsor scholarships, clinics, issue advocacy and other charitable grants of the Foundation.

With his installation, Dickey joins five other Dykema attorneys—Jeffrey Fine, Darrell Jordan, Christopher Kratovil, Christine Adamson Nowak and Mark Sales—as a Fellow of the Dallas Bar Foundation. In addition to being a Fellow, Sales currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Dallas Bar Foundation Board of Trustees.

About the Dallas Bar Foundation

The Dallas Bar Foundation was chartered by the State of Texas in March, 1971 to provide financial support for law related research, publications, and forums; law related scholarships and education; and charitable and legal aid for the impoverished. Since the first grant was awarded in 1981, the Dallas Bar Foundation has awarded over $4.5 million for scholarships, sponsored charitable and educational projects and programs, and grants to Dallas area nonprofit organizations.