James M. Black II, Esq. Named Chair of Elections Commission at World Liberty Congress

May 07, 2024
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FRB Partner and General Counsel James M. Black II, Esq., has been appointed as the Chair of the Elections Commission for the prestigious World Liberty Congress (WLC), marking a significant milestone in his ongoing efforts to promote democracy and freedom worldwide. With a steadfast commitment to advancing fundamental rights and liberties, Jim Black's new role underscores the WLC's dedication to fostering fair and transparent electoral processes worldwide. 

"It was a great privilege last year to serve as a member of the inaugural WLC Elections Commission, as we elected delegates from 56 countries to serve on our Leadership Council,” said Jim. “Being appointed as the chair of the Elections Commission is a privilege and opportunity that I would not have expected. I look forward to working with the leadership of the World Liberty Congress as we strengthen our fight against authoritarian regimes across the globe.” 

"It is a great honor for us to have Jim Black as the new Commissioner of Elections for the World Liberty Congress,” said Tami Longaberger, Strategic Advisor to the WLC’s Executive Committee. “His experience and consistent dedication to the cause in free and fair elections will bring credibility and greater value to our work, and confidence of our members." 

As an advocate for justice, Jim's’ leadership in the Elections Commission will uphold the WLC's commitment to uniting individuals globally, empowering them to speak out against autocratic rule, extending support to those confronting injustice, and championing the cause of liberty for all. 

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