Niemann elected to ISBA Board of Governors

Ted Niemann

Ted Niemann

QUINCY — Ted Niemann has been elected to the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) Board of Governors for Area VI.

With more than four decades of service to the legal profession, Niemann said he is proud of his commitment to the legal community in Western and Central Illinois.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who voted for me for the Illinois State Bar Association Board of Governors for Area VI,” Niemann said. “I look forward to working with
President-elect, Sonni Williams, and the Board of Governors as we strive to make a significant impact in the professional lives of our members.”

Niemann’s experience spans more than 40 years of active engagement with the ISBA, where he has demonstrated dedication and leadership. In his new role, he will represent member attorneys from 20 counties, advocating for their interests and ensuring their voices are heard within the association.

As an advocate for improving ISBA services to rural downstate attorneys, Niemann hopes to enhance
accessibility and relevance through initiatives such as timely seminars, informative newsletters, networking opportunities, referral services, and mentoring programs.

Niemann’s ISBA accomplishments include chairing the ISBA’s statewide Real Estate Law Section Council on two occasions and serving as a committee member for over 25 years. His contributions to the legal profession have been recognized as the recipient of the 2023 ISBA Matthew Maloney Tradition of Excellence Award. In addition, Niemann currently serves as a member of the ISBA Assembly.

He is a partner at Schmiedeskamp Robertson Neu & Mitchell LLP and has practiced law for over 40 years. He is also an active member of the Adams County Bar Association.

A news release from the law firm said “Ted Niemann’s election to the Illinois State Bar Association Board of Governors for Area VI brings a new chapter in his distinguished career, marked by continued advocacy, leadership, and service to the legal community.”

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