Tarik Haskins '03 Receives Community Service Award
Tarik J. Haskins Receives Community Service Award From Multicultural Judges and Lawyers Section of the Delaware State Bar Association
Tarik J. Haskins, UCLaw Alumnus (‘03) and Morris Nichols Commercial Law Counseling Group associate, has been awarded the 2011 Community Service Award by the Multicultural Judges and Lawyers Section (MJL) of the Delaware State Bar Association (DSBA). The Award is presented to a Section member who has exhibited outstanding community service. Morris Nichols Commercial Law Counseling Group associate,
Tarik currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Prestige Academy Charter School and Westside Family Healthcare and he is on the deacon board and is a youth director at the Canaan Baptist Church in New Castle, Delaware. He is also a former member of the executive committee for the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League’s Young Professionals and a former Chair of the MJL.
The mission of the MJL is to further the objectives and interests of attorneys, judges and members of the community of diverse ethnic backgrounds, foster communication and understanding among diverse groups within both the legal and greater community, encourage the public service rendered by its members and promote the professional development and interests of its members.
Tarik's legal practice focuses on mergers, acquisitions, loan transactions, capital formation, and on the areas of partnership, limited liability company and statutory trust law issues. He is a former Law Clerk to the Honorable E. Norman Veasey, Chief Justice, Delaware Supreme Court.
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