Gibson Named to Michigan Center for Civic Education Board
Varnum attorney Regan Gibson has been named to the board of the Michigan Center for Civic Education, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to preparing an active and informed citizenry through law-related and civic education in Michigan.
The MCCE provides an array of programming for teachers and students in upper elementary and secondary grades. Programming such as mock trials, We the People and Project Citizen are intended to educate students on how trial courts work, how to competently and responsibly participate in local government, as well as to promote responsibility, appreciation and enthusiasm for the Constitution and societal issues.
Gibson is a litigation attorney representing clients in a variety of civil and criminal litigation matters as well as internal investigations. Her experience includes RICO, FCPA, securities, criminal antitrust, civil and criminal forfeiture, and shareholder fiduciary and appraisal actions. A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and Smith College, Gibson formerly served as a paralegal specialist in the U.S. Attorney’s office for the District of Columbia in the Violent Crime and Narcotics Trafficking Section.