Frederick Krebs Named Senior Fellow at Center for the Study of the Legal Profession
March 4, 2013 —
"Fred is one of the legal profession's foremost authorities on emerging issues and trends relating to corporate counsel and the in-house bar," said Treanor. "We are pleased that he will lend his expertise to the Center as we continue to examine the profound changes in our profession and the challenges of modern legal practice."
Krebs is an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law, where he co-teaches a class on in-house practice.
Krebs was president of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) from 1991-2011, during which time the organization became the leading bar association for in-house counsel. He now serves as a senior advisor to ACC and strategic adviser to Clearspire, a new model law firm in Washington, D.C. He also writes a monthly column for Canadian Lawyer In-House magazine.
Krebs has extensive experience as an association executive and in-house attorney and frequently speaks and comments on in-house practice and ethics issues. He has earned numerous accolades for his contributions to the legal profession, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from Corporate Secretary magazine in 2010 and the Ally for Justice Award from the National LGBT Bar Association in 2011.