Hal Clarke Deputy General Counsel, Wealth and Investment Management Division, Wells Fargo & Co. Law Department
Provides executive leadership to:
Responsible for the Wealth and Investment Management (WIM) Division which provides legal support and advice for the Wells Fargo wealth, retail brokerage, retirement and asset management, including mutual fund, businesses.
In current role since:
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Positions (or roles) at Wells Fargo:
Deputy General Counsel, Wealth, Brokerage, Retirement & Asset Management Division(2013-2015)
Deputy General Counsel, Retail Brokerage & Asset Management Division(2008-2013)
Deputy General Counsel, Capital Management Group, Wachovia Corp. (2001 - 2008)
Deputy General Counsel, Capital Management Group, First Union Corp. (1996-2001)
Assistant General Counsel, Senior Vice President, First Union Corp. (1993-1996)
EVP, General Counsel and Secretary, Georgia Federal Bank, FSB, Atlanta, Georgia (1986-1993), Head of Human Resources (198-1993)
Previous positions prior to joining Wells Fargo:
Partner, Gambrell, Clarke Anderson & Stolz, Atlanta, Georgia (1985-1986)
JD, Washington & Lee University, Magna Cum Laude, Order of the Coif, Articles Editor, Washington & Lee Law Review (1976)
AB, Washington & Lee University, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa (1973)
Bar Admissions, Georgia (1976), North Carolina (1994)
American Bar Association; NC Bar Association; Mecklenburg County Bar; Lawyers Club of Atlanta; American College of Mortgage Attorneys
Trustee, Charlotte Museum of History, 2006-2012
President, Washington & Lee Law Council (Law Alumni Association), 2012-2013
Advisor, Wells Fargo Law Department Diversity Council and Legal Professional Education Group, Wells Fargo Law Department
Susan Raridon Lambreth is a founding Principal at LawVision Group and is nationally recognized as one of the top leadership, practice group and project management consultants for the legal industry.
Susan is also the Chair and Founder of the LPM Institute, a leading resource for educating law firms and law departments on implementing project management in their organizations.
Susan speaks frequently on practice management, LPM, strategy ad trends affecting law firms and law departments. She has authored six books and written numerous articles on these topics. In addition, she has trained over 4,000 legal professionals in LPM skills.
Prior to co-founding LawVision, she was with Hildebrandt International or its successor firm, Hildebrandt Baker Robbins for 20 years, where, in addition to her consulting work, she chaired many of their conferences and led several of the most successful roundtables for law firm professionals. Before this, Susan spent almost seven years with Altman & Weil. She received her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, an M.B.A. from Villanova University, and her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina.