William S. Colwell

Associate Administrative Law Chief Judge for Black Lung at United States Department of Labor

William S. Colwell

William S. Colwell

Associate Administrative Law Chief Judge for Black Lung at United States Department of Labor

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President, Board of Directors at Clifford Beers Clinic

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Director at Lewis G. Schaeneman Jr. Foundation, Inc.

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Director & President at Lewis G. Schaeneman Jr. Foundation, Inc.

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Director at City Missionary Association of New Haven, Inc.

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Secretary at City Missionary Association of New Haven, Inc.

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Treasurer at City Missionary Association of New Haven, Inc.

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Director at City Missionary Association of New Haven, Inc.

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Director at City Missionary Association of New Haven, Inc.

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Director at City Missionary Association of New Haven, Inc.

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Director at City Missionary Association of New Haven, Inc.

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William S. Colwell
Associate Administrative Law Chief Judge for Black Lung at United States Department of Labor
Education
Graduate

Deerfield Academy is a highly selective independent, coeducational boarding school in Deerfield, Massachusetts, United States. It is a four-year college-preparatory school with approximately 650 students and about 120 faculty, all of whom live on or near campus during the school year.

Attendee

Founded in 1834, Franklin College is a residential four-year undergraduate liberal arts institution with a scenic, wooded campus located 20 minutes south of downtown Indianapolis. The college prepares men and women for challenging careers and fulfilling lives through the liberal arts, offering its approximately 1,000 students 28 majors, 36 minors and eight pre-professional programs. In 1842, the college began admitting women, becoming the first coeducational institution in Indiana and the seventh in the nation. Franklin College maintains a voluntary association with the American Baptist Churches USA.

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Founded in 1819, Colgate University is a highly selective residential liberal arts institution distinguished by academic excellence and interdisciplinary inquiry. Located on a beautiful campus in upstate New York, Colgate takes pride in the active engagement of its students and faculty in local, national, and global communities.

Juris Doctorate

New England Law | Boston dedicates itself (1) to preparing students to be successful lawyers and leaders in the public and private sectors through integrated practical, theoretical, and ethical education of the highest caliber and (2) to contributing to the improvement of American, foreign, and international legal systems through participation in the debate over the fairness and efficacy of those systems, research and publication, public service, and other work that furthers the interests of justice.

Memberships
Member, Elder Law Section
Current

The Connecticut Bar Association, Inc. (CBA) is the preeminent organization for lawyers and the legal profession in Connecticut. The CBA is a non-profit organization pursuant to section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code. Through its members, the CBA is dedicated to promoting public service and advancing the principles of law and justice. The CBA was founded on June 2, 1875. (Three years later, CBA representatives held a convention in Saratoga Springs, New York, to consider establishing a national bar association. The creation of the American Bar Association was a direct result of that action by the CBA.) From its creation, the CBA was instrumental in developing and improving court rules and providing quality educational and networking opportunities for its members. Over the next century, the CBA began numerous programs to provide benefits and resources to members and to improve the practice of law. These programs include a formal and dynamic continuing legal education program (CLE); the Connecticut Bar Journal, the organization's official publication; Connecticut Lawyer magazine; the Connecticut Council of Bar Presidents; substantive law sections; and committees. In 1975, with membership at approximately 4,000, the CBA celebrated its 100th anniversary and adopted a new logo representing "equal justice through law." In 1987, the CBA hired its first full-time lobbyist to serve as the members' voice at the state Capitol. In 2001, the organization's legislative area was expanded to two full-time lobbyists and a full-time legislative assistant "to encourage good legislation to the extent that partisan interests are not served thereby and to discourage bad legislation."

Career History
Associate Administrative Law Chief Judge for Black Lung
Current

The United States Department of Labor (DOL) is a cabinet-level department of the U.S. federal government responsible for occupational safety, wage and hour standards, unemployment insurance benefits, re-employment services, and some economic statistics; many U.S. states also have such departments. The department is headed by the U.S. Secretary of Labor, which is held by Thomas Perez since July 2013. The purpose of the Department of Labor is to foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment; and assure work-related benefits and rights. In carrying out this mission, the Department of Labor administers and enforces more than 180 federal laws. These mandates and the regulations that implement them cover many workplace activities for about 10 million employers and 125 million workers. The Department’s headquarters is housed in the Frances Perkins Building, named in honor of Frances Perkins, the Secretary of Labor from 1933 to 1945 and the first female cabinet secretary in U.S. history.

Vice President
Prior
Boards & Committees
Member, Executive Committee
Current

The Connecticut Bar Association, Inc. (CBA) is the preeminent organization for lawyers and the legal profession in Connecticut. The CBA is a non-profit organization pursuant to section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code. Through its members, the CBA is dedicated to promoting public service and advancing the principles of law and justice. The CBA was founded on June 2, 1875. (Three years later, CBA representatives held a convention in Saratoga Springs, New York, to consider establishing a national bar association. The creation of the American Bar Association was a direct result of that action by the CBA.) From its creation, the CBA was instrumental in developing and improving court rules and providing quality educational and networking opportunities for its members. Over the next century, the CBA began numerous programs to provide benefits and resources to members and to improve the practice of law. These programs include a formal and dynamic continuing legal education program (CLE); the Connecticut Bar Journal, the organization's official publication; Connecticut Lawyer magazine; the Connecticut Council of Bar Presidents; substantive law sections; and committees. In 1975, with membership at approximately 4,000, the CBA celebrated its 100th anniversary and adopted a new logo representing "equal justice through law." In 1987, the CBA hired its first full-time lobbyist to serve as the members' voice at the state Capitol. In 2001, the organization's legislative area was expanded to two full-time lobbyists and a full-time legislative assistant "to encourage good legislation to the extent that partisan interests are not served thereby and to discourage bad legislation."

Member, Board of Directors
Prior

Connecticut Yankee Council, Inc. engages in providing programs and services to young people. The company was founded in 1910 and is headquartered in Milford, CT.

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2012

New England Law | Boston dedicates itself (1) to preparing students to be successful lawyers and leaders in the public and private sectors through integrated practical, theoretical, and ethical education of the highest caliber and (2) to contributing to the improvement of American, foreign, and international legal systems through participation in the debate over the fairness and efficacy of those systems, research and publication, public service, and other work that furthers the interests of justice.

$100 - $499
2011

New England Law | Boston dedicates itself (1) to preparing students to be successful lawyers and leaders in the public and private sectors through integrated practical, theoretical, and ethical education of the highest caliber and (2) to contributing to the improvement of American, foreign, and international legal systems through participation in the debate over the fairness and efficacy of those systems, research and publication, public service, and other work that furthers the interests of justice.

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2010

Our mission is to provide accessible community-based mental health services and advocacy that promote healthy and resilient lives for children and their families.

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