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The American Bar Association nominating committee has selected Carolyn Lamm to serve as president-elect of the 413,000-member law group. Lamm, a litigator in the Washington office of White & Case, will serve as president-elect starting in August, following the ABA’s annual meeting. Her post hinges on approval by the ABA House of Delegates in August. Upon receiving expected approval, Lamm will become president of the association for one year starting in August 2009. Lamm, a White & Case partner since 1984, will succeed the next incoming president, H. Thomas Wells Jr. The current ABA president is William Neukom. The ABA nominating committee selected Lamm at its mid-year meeting Feb. 11.

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