Attorney Richard Heinemann Named a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation

Boardman Clark attorney Richard Heinemann was recently named a fellow of the American Bar Foundation.

The Fellows is an exclusive honor society that is limited to just 1% of lawyers in any state. It is comprised of exceptional leaders who have shown the highest standards of the legal profession and an unwavering dedication to their communities.

Richard practices primarily in the area of energy law, where he advises his clients on matters ranging from energy project development and strategy to sustainable practices and regulatory compliance. Outside of his practice, Richard is active in the community and serves in several leadership positions. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Environmental Initiative and also serves on the boards of the Midwest Energy Bar Association, Boys and Girls Club of Dane County, and Sustain Dane. At Boardman Clark, Richard is a member of the firm's governing Executive Committee and serves on the firm's dedicated committees for diversity, equity, and inclusion and charitable sponsorships.

Richard joins Boardman Clark attorneys Sarah Zylstra, Andrew Hebl, Carl Rasmussen, and Paul Norman as current fellows of the American Bar Foundation.

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