LOUISVILLE (March 16, 2017) – Dinsmore & Shohl’s Richard “Dick” H.C. Clay has been invited to serve on the Board of Wilderness Louisville.
Wilderness Louisville, Inc. is a nonprofit dedicated to the improvement of Jefferson Memorial Forest, one of the crown jewels of Louisville’s park system and the largest urban forest in the nation. As a board member, Clay will help raise funds to implement the master plan that calls for $50 million in infrastructure improvements and additional land conservation. Board members also support Metro Park’s mission in its efforts to improve and restore degraded natural areas and to expand the availability of nature-based education and recreation to all Louisville residents.
Clay is a partner in Dinsmore’s litigation department and serves on the firm’s Board of Directors and as the firm’s Kentucky ethics partner. Clay practices in the areas of business and fiduciary litigation, appellate practice and administrative law. He represents a major national church foundation with its own trust company, having served previously on its board and as its interim CEO. Clay has tried over 80 jury trials in state and federal court, and has argued over 35 appeals in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the Kentucky Supreme Court and the Kentucky Court of Appeals.