Ohio State Bar Foundation inducts new Fellows

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COLUMBUS – (June 5, 2014) The Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF) inducted 44 attorneys as Fellows at the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center on May 27. Supreme Court of Ohio Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor and OSBF President Stephen F. Tilson presided over the ceremony and reception.

The OSBF is the philanthropic arm of the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) and promotes the pursuit of justice and the public understanding of the rule of law. By extending membership to those lawyers and judges who are committed to these high ideals, OSBF enlists their talents to further its mission. A new class of civic-minded lawyers is inducted each year. These lawyers volunteer their time for a year of service to outreach programs around Ohio that help the public better understand the law.

Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor, a 2003 OSBF class member, welcomed the new Fellows. She offered, “The Foundation’s mission is essential to educating people, especially the young people in our state, about the profound impact justice has in their lives,” adding, “The work Fellows do as a class and as members over time does make a difference.” Supreme Court of Ohio Justices Judith A. Lanzinger and Terrence O’Donnell were also in attendance to greet the new Fellows.

To become a Fellow, lawyers must first be nominated by their peers before going through a selection process and committing to help fund OSBF’s statewide grant-making program. “Our Fellows are the unified voice of lawyers making a difference in our state,” said OSBF President Stephen F. Tilson. “Every time I see our grant money being spent on integrating Somali immigrants into our legal system or our Fellows teaching students with exceptional needs about their rights I’m honored to be a part of an organization that has discovered its collective worth. These 44 new Fellows display faith in our legal system, faith in others and faith in themselves to make the pursuit of justice echo in the building of people’s lives.”

Alan H. Abes, of Cincinnati, is an attorney with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, where he focuses on commercial and contractual disputes, class action and individual consumer litigation defense, and insurance consultation and litigation. Abes is a member of the Cincinnati Bar Association and serves on two committees: the Community Service Committee and the Local Government Law Committee. He is also a member of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Academy of Leadership for Lawyers. Abes serves as a legal advisor to Ursuline Academy’s mock trial team and was named Volunteer Lawyer of the Year 2010.

Susan Argo, of Cincinnati, is a litigator with Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP, where she focuses on bankruptcy, loan workouts and creditors’ rights. She was named an Ohio Super Lawyer “Rising Star” in 2009 and 2010. Susan is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association as well as the Kentucky and Cincinnati Bar Associations. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Excel Development Company and her firm’s Women’s Professional Development Group. Argo is a graduate from the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber C-Change Young Professional Leadership Program, We Lead Class of 2008 and Leadership Cincinnati.

Matthew Blickensderfer, of Cincinnati, is an attorney with Frost Brown Todd LLC, where he practices antitrust litigation and counseling, and serves as chair of the firm’s competition law group. He is a member of both the Ohio and Cincinnati bar associations and the Springer School and Center Board of Trustees. In 2013, The Best Lawyers in America named him “Lawyer of the Year” in the areas of litigation and antitrust. He also has been named a Cincy Leading Lawyer since 2006.

J. Kristin Burkett, of Granville, is a criminal defense attorney in the Newark firm of Burkett & Sanderson, Inc. An active member of the Ohio State Bar Association, she serves on its Board of Governors and its Council of Delegates. She is also a member of the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. In the community, she serves on the Licking County Alcoholism Prevention Program Board, the Court Intervention Alliance Steering Committee, the Bryn Du Commission and the Licking County Corrections Planning Board.

David E. Butz, of Canton, is with a director of Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., LPA, and co-chairs its Litigation Section. He practices in the areas of business law, construction law, corporate law, and oil, gas and mineral law. A member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Stark County Bar Association, he also serves as a mentor for the Supreme Court of Ohio Lawyer to Lawyer Mentoring Program. In the community, he has served on the board of directors for ArtsinStark, a nonprofit organization that uses the arts to improve communities. He is a past board president of the Siffrin Residential Association and was in the sixth graduating class of Leadership Stark County. In addition, he serves on the finance and construction committees for St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church.

Elizabeth A. Carullo, of Cincinnati, is an attorney with Lerner Sampson Rothfuss. She litigates foreclosure cases for national and regional banks, supervises attorneys in a mentoring program and manages the firm’s compliance regulations. Carullo is actively involved as a Red Shoe Crew Member for Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House and as a mentor in the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Tutoring Program. She also donates her time to the Prokids Run for Kids.

Christopher R. Conard, of Dayton, is an attorney with Coolidge Wall Co., LPA, who specializes in municipal law and litigation. Conard has been active in the OSBA, the Dayton Bar Association and the Carl D. Kessler Inn of Court. He is vice-president of the Board of Trustees for Dayton’s Community Blood Center and Community Tissue Center, serves as general counsel and board member for Patterson Park Youth Baseball, and was general counsel and board member for the Dayton Visual Arts Center. He remains active as an advisor to the Oakwood High School Mock Trial program, as a sports coach, and as a volunteer for the Volunteer Lawyers Program.

D. Chris Cook, of Sheffield Lake, is litigator with the Lorain firm of Giardini, Cook & Nicol, LLC. He also serves as a certified court mediator for the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas and is a volunteer lawyer for the Lorain County Guardianship Program. A member of the Ohio State Bar Association’s Board of Governors, Cook also serves on the Lorain County Bar Association’s Certified Ethics & Grievance Committee.

Sonya L. Cook, of Westerville, serves as general counsel for NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots. She is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Columbus Bar Association. An active member of the community, she is a founder of Purposed, a nonprofit that assists teenaged mothers in pursuing higher education, and has also given of her time to the African American Leadership Academy, the OSBA Leadership Academy, and to the Vineyard of Columbus Legal Clinic.

Robert F. Croskery, of Cincinnati, is a managing partner at Croskery Law Offices, where his primary areas of practice are business law and mediation. He is presently chairman of the board for the Irish Heritage Center and for Adventures in Charity, is a past president of the Hampton Village Homeowners Association, and is active as a Boy Scouts of America scoutmaster and merit badge counselor. He is a member of the Ohio Association of Trial Lawyers, the University of Cincinnati Law Alumni Association, the Cincinnati Bar Association, and is a graduate of the Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers. Croskery is also a member of the Association of Graduates of The United States Military Academy at West Point, as well as the Reserve Officers Association and the West Point Society.

Ralph F. Dublikar, of North Canton, is an attorney with Baker, Dublikar, Beck, Wiley & Mathews, where he specializes in civil litigation, having brought more than 100 jury trials to verdict. He also serves as a mediator for the Stark County Common Pleas Court. In the community, he is involved with the Stark County Catholic Charities, Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Canton Jaycees, and serves on the boards of Our Lady of Peace School and the Right to Life Education Foundation of Stark County. Dublikar is a member of the OSBA, the Stark County Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Defense Research Institute and the Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys.

Samuel M. Duran, of Cincinnati, is a partner at Taft, Stettinius and Hollister LLP, where he specializes in labor and employment law and workers’ compensation. He serves on the board of the Cincinnati Athletic Club, and as a member of the Mariemont Town Hall Committee and the Mariemont Community Partner Committee. He is also member of the OSBA and its Workers’ Compensation Committee, the Columbus Bar Association, and the Cincinnati Bar Association, where he is the chairman of the Workers’ Compensation Committee and the Ethics Committee.

Christopher B. Epley, of Dayton, is founder of the firm Christopher B. Epley Co., L.P.A., where he focuses on family law, criminal defense and civil litigation. Epley is also an assistant prosecuting attorney for Vandalia Municipal Court and a visiting magistrate for the Dayton Municipal Court. He has given his time to Leadership Dayton, the University of Dayton Law School’s Externship Program, the University of Dayton Law School’s Alumni Association Board, the Oakwood High School Board of Education, and to the Oakwood Rotary. He is a member of the Dayton Bar Association and the Supreme Court of Ohio Lawyer to Lawyer Mentoring Program.

Franklin T. Gerlach, of Portsmouth, is an attorney in general practice with his wife and daughter at the firm Gerlach and Gerlach. He has served the city of Portsmouth as both mayor and city manager, and has also served on the city council. An honorary Cold War Patriot, he gives extensively of his time to the Boy Scouts of America. He is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) and the Ohio Association for Justice, and is a past president of the Scioto County Bar Association.

Daniel R. Griffith, of Canton, is an attorney for Premier Bank and Trust, NA. He is a member of the OSBA, the American Bar Association, the Stark County Bar Association, and the Akron Tax Estate Planning Council. In the community, he has served on the boards of the Copeland Oaks Retirement Community, the Stark County Guardianship Support Services, the North Canton Character Counts Committee, the Canton Chamber of Commerce, and as an elected member of the North Canton City Council. He also gives of his time to Meals on Wheels, Junior Achievement and Faith Kitchen.

Christopher S. Habel, of Cincinnati, is an attorney with Frost Brown Todd LLC. He specializes in environmental, construction and hazardous materials transportation law. Habel is active in the community where he serves on the boards of the University of Cincinnati Economics Center for Education and Research, the Valley View Foundation, the Hamilton County Earthworks Appeals Board, and the National Legal Mentoring Consortium. He is a member of the Cincinnati Bar Association and has participated in the Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers as well as the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber C-Change Young Professional Leadership Program.

Michaela Hahn-Lawson, of Columbus, is a staff assistant in the U.S. Senate Office of Sherrod Brown who also gives freely of her time to the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education’s We the People program. She is a member of OSBA, the American Bar Association, the Columbus Bar Association, the Franklin County Democratic Lawyers Club and Women Lawyers of Franklin County. She has also served as a parliamentarian for Ohio Young Democrats.

Hon. Howard H. Harcha III, of Portsmouth, is a judge for the Scioto County Common Pleas Court. A member of the OSBA Board of Governors, he also serves as a trial judge for the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education’s Mock Trial Program. He is president of the Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association and a member of the American Judges Association. Also an active member of the Ohio Judicial Conference, he serves as co-chairman of that organization’s Committee on Community Corrections and on its Executive Committee.

Joshua S. Horacek, of Painesville, is an assistant prosecutor in the civil division of the Lake County Prosecutor’s Office. He is a member of the Painesville City Board of Zoning Appeals, the Vestry Committee for St. James Episcopal Church, a convention delegate for the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio, an Eagle Scout and a legal advisor for the Riverside High School Mock Trial Team.

Ronald V. Johnson Jr., of Cleveland, is vice president and associate counsel for the Key Bank National Association. A Legal Aid Society of Cleveland volunteer, he also serves as president of the Black Professionals Association Charitable Foundation and the Norman S. Minor Bar Association, chairs the Fenn Educational Fund Advisory Board, and serves on the PolicyBridge Board of Directors. He also serves on the Ohio State Bar Association’s Board of Governors and is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and its Foundation.

Angela Kirk, of Columbus, is an attorney and law clerk manager for Manley Deas Kochalski LLC, where she concentrates her practice in real estate and bankruptcy law. A member of the OSBA, she is a 2013 graduate of its Leadership Academy as well as a member of the 2014 Leadership Academy Planning Committee. She has served on the Moot Court Problem Committee for the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education and also participates in the Supreme Court of Ohio Lawyer to Lawyer Mentoring Program.

Judy A. Koesters, of Coldwater, is a principal of Koesters Law Office, and concentrates her practice in the areas of estate planning, real estate, business planning and family law. She is involved with the Kiwanis Club and has served in the past on the boards of Holy Trinity Church, Foundations Behavioral Health Services, Gateway Outreach Center, Family Crisis Network, and Family Care Options, Inc. A past president of the Mercer County Bar Association, she is also a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Hon. Joshua W. Lanzinger, of Toledo, is a judge for the Toledo Municipal Court. When not sitting on the bench, he is an active member of the Toledo Bar Association where he serves on the Nominating Committee, the Workers’ Compensation Committee, and the Membership Committee. He is also on the Executive Committee for the Toledo Junior Bar, serves on the University of Toledo Paralegal Studies Advisory Board, is a Citizens Dispute Settlement Mediator, and participates in the Morrison R. Waite Chapter of the American Inns of Court in addition to the Ohio Attorney General Pro Bono and Patriot Program.

Alan J. Lehenbauer, of Swanton, is an attorney with McQuades Co. LPA., where he is an expert in case analysis, strategic planning and negotiations. He serves on the OSBA’s Board of Governors, is a member of both the Henry County Ohio Community Corrections Planning Board and the Regional Community Corrections Planning Board, is a past secretary and council member of Peace Lutheran Church, and is a past president of the Fulton County Bar Association.

Jon J. Lieberman, of Cincinnati, is an attorney for Weltman Wienberg and Reis Co. LPA, where he focuses his practice on bankruptcy law. He is co-chair of the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Legislation Committee, serves on the board of trustees for the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, is program chair for the American Bankruptcy Forum, has served as Master of the Bench for Salmon P. Chase and Potter Stewart American Inns of Court, and is a former board member of the Jewish Community Relations Counsel. Lieberman remains active with the Boy Scouts of America and with the Cincinnati-Lafayette Lodge, the Scottish Rite, and the Judge Carl B. Rubin Legal Society. He is a member of the Cincinnati Bar Association and has served on its board of trustees.

Jonathan W. Marshall, of Columbus, is the principal of Jon Marshall Legal and Consulting Services, LLC, and concentrates his practice in legal ethics. He has served on the Capital University Law School Board, its Alumni Board, and continues to serve on the boards of the Ohio State Legal Services Association and the Ohio Poverty Law Center. He is also a trainer for the Ohio Judicial College and a judge for the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education’s Mock Trial program. Marshall is a member of the OSBA and the Columbus Bar Association.

Lisa D. McGowan, of Toledo, is a magistrate for the Lucas County Domestic Relations Court. She has given her time to the St. Pius X School Advisory Council and to the Maria Early Learning Center as well as having served on the boards for the Josina Lott Foundation, Senior Centers Inc., and the University of Toledo College of Law Alumni Association. She is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Ohio Association of Magistrates, the Toledo Bar Association, the Toledo Women’s Bar Association, and the Toledo Junior Bar Association.

J. Peter Millon, of Toledo, is an attorney for Spengler Nathanson, P.L.L., where he focuses on business and transactional law. He is a trustee for The Order of the Elves Charity program, and as a member of the Toledo Bar Association, he is the secretary for its Young Lawyers Section. He is also a member of the OSBA and the Kentucky Bar Association.

Gregory A. Napolitano, of Cincinnati, is an attorney with Laufman and Napolitano, LLC, where he focuses on employment and personal injury law. He serves the youth in his community as a baseball coach for the Terrace Park Recreation Committee, as the business manager and assistant head coach for the Ohio Force Youth Baseball Club, and as a mentor in the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative. He has also been involved as a barrister in the Potter Stewart Inn of Court and as a mentor in the Supreme Court of Ohio’s Lawyer to Lawyer Mentoring Program. He has also chaired several committees for the Cincinnati Bar Association.

Leonidas E. Plakas, of Canton, is managing partner for the firm Tzangas Plakas Mannos Ltd., and is a National Board of Trial Advocacy Board Certified civil litigator. He is a trustee for the Annunciation Orthodox Church and the University of Akron School of Law, booster president of the North Canton High School Soccer Club, co-chair for fundraising of the Stark County United Way, and a member of the University of Akron School of Law Advancement Council. He is also founding member, past president and trustee for the Stark County Association for Justice and a founding member of the Summit County Trial Lawyers Association. He has served on the State Board of Ohio’s Academy of Trial Lawyers and is a member of the American Association of Justice, the Ohio Association for Justice, the American Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association and the Akron and Stark County Bar Associations.

Gary E. Powell, of Cincinnati, is general counsel for Emery Oleochemicals LLC. He serves on the Mental Health & Recovery Services Board and is a past member of the Hamilton County Community Mental Health Board. He is also a former board member of the Ohio Chapter of the American Planning Association, and has donated his time to both the Cincinnati Zoo Levy Campaign and the University of Cincinnati Young Alumni Association. He is a member of the OSBA, the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Cincinnati Bar Association, the Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers, and is a Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.

Dustin B. Rawlin, of Brecksville, is a partner in the Cleveland office of Tucker Ellis LLP, where he is a civil litigator in the areas of product liability, business tort, breach of warranty and consumer fraud. He was named nationally as a 2012 Law360 Rising Star in the area of product liability litigation. An active volunteer with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, he provides legal counsel for that organization’s Private Landlord-Tenant Project. In addition, he does pro bono work for both the Sixth and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He serves on the board for the Seeds of Literacy, an adult literacy program and is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.

Mark F. Roberts, of Springfield, is a solo practitioner. He is a past member of the Ohio State Bar Association’s Board of Governors and a past president of the Clark County Bar Association. In the community, he has served as president of both the Oesterlen Services for Youth and the Kiwanis Club, is a past trustee of the McKinley Hall Board, and has donated his time to the Good Shepard Evangelical Lutheran Church, the City of Springfield Board of Building Appeals and the Springfield Board of Health.

Philip B. Sineneng, of Columbus, is an attorney for Thompson Hine LLP, where he concentrates on business litigation. A 2013 graduate of the Ohio State Bar Association Leadership Academy and a 2012 graduate of Leadership Columbus, he belongs to the OSBA, the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the Columbus Bar Association. In addition, he serves as vice-chair of the Columbus Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, as a member of the Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Committee, and as an advisor to the Columbus Bar Association Minority Summer Law Clerk Program as well as the Law and Leadership Institute.

Hon. Gregory F. Singer, of Dayton, is a judge for the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court where he also serves as chair of the Criminal Practice Committee and is on the Appointments, Budget, Executive, and Personnel Committees. In addition, he serves on the Judicial Advisory Board for the MonDay Community Correctional Facility and on the board of trustees for the Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association. He is a member of the OSBA and the Dayton Bar Association.

Paul H. Spaeth, of Dayton, is a solo practitioner at Paul H. Spaeth Co., L.P.A., and focuses on bankruptcy matters. He has served as a member of the Local Rules Committee of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Ohio, as a trustee for the American Bankruptcy Law Forum and as a member of the Planning Committee for the Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference for the Southern District of Ohio. He has also assisted Centerville High School’s Mock Trial Team. He is a member of the OSBA, the Dayton Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute and the American Bankruptcy Law Forum.

Hon. John T. Stelzer, of Bryan, is a judge for the Williams County Court of Common Pleas. A mentor for the Bryan City Schools’ program targeting at-risk children, he is also an officer of the Bryan Area Foundation Project 2020, and has served on the Williams County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, as well as the boards of the Orchard Hills Country Club and the American Cancer Society. He is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and is a past president of the Williams County Bar Association.

Adrienne L. Stemen, of Cleveland, is an attorney with the Cleveland office of McDonald Hopkins LLC, where she focuses on labor and employment law and serves on the firm’s Pro Bono and Community Service Committee. She is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association’s Council of Delegates, the William K. Thomas Inn of Court, and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association. She is the currently the executive vice president for the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra Board of Directors, is an active member of the Junior League of Cleveland and has served on the board of the City Ballet of Cleveland. She has served on the Wire-Net Governance Committee and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Women in Law Service Community Committee, and as an associate board member for Recovery Resources. She has also devoted her time to the Cleveland Food Bank, Salvation Army, American Cancer Society and Beginnings Battered Women’s Shelter.

Brandie L. Swickrath, of Elida, is a magistrate with the Allen County Common Pleas Court, Juvenile Division. A member of the 2013 OSBA Leadership Academy class, Swickrath is also involved with the OSBA’s Judicial Administration and Legal Reform Committee. She is a member of the Allen County Bar Association, the Ohio Association of Magistrates and the American Inns of Court. Her tenure with the Allen County Children Services’ Board earned her the Everyday Hero Award, and she also gives of her time to moot court competitions at Ohio Northern University.

Louis E. Tracy, of West Carrollton, is an attorney with Tracy & Tracy Co., LPA, where he focuses on estate planning and probate law. He is president of the West Carrollton Civic Community Corporation, past president of Rotary International in West Carrollton, co-founder of the West Carrollton JCs, and past chief arbitrator for Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Arbitration Committee. He has been elected to the West Carrollton and Franklin, Ohio Halls of Fame, and is a member of the OSBA and the Dayton Bar Association.

Dwight A. Washington, of Dayton, is an attorney for Cooper, Gentile, Washington & Meyer, where he focuses his practice on labor and employment law. He serves as counsel for the Dayton Public Schools and the Montgomery County Regional Transit Authority. He has donated his time to the Dayton Public School Fund, Central State University, the Legal Aid Society of Dayton, United Way, the Adolescent Wellness Center of Montgomery County, the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, and Kids Voting. He is a member of the OSBA, American Bar Association, Dayton Bar Association, National Bar Association, Thurgood Marshall Law Society, and the Sports Lawyers Association.

Brian L. Wildermuth, of Dayton, is an attorney with Subashi & Wildermuth, where he focuses on civil litigation. He has been a mentor with the Supreme Court of Ohio’s Lawyer to Lawyer Mentoring Program, and is a member of the Dayton Bar Certified Grievance Committee, the Carl D. Kessler Inn of Court and the Ohio Council of School Board Attorneys. He is also a board trustee for the Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys and a member of the Dayton Bar Association.

Hon. William H. Wolff Jr., of Kettering, is a retired judge of the 2nd District Court of Appeals of Ohio, but continues to work as a mediator as well as a retired assigned judge in the trial and appellate courts of Ohio. He has served as chairman for the Ohio Judicial Conference and as chief justice of the 2nd District Court of Appeals. He is a past president of the Dayton Bar Association and the Dayton School of Law Advisory Council. He was chairman of the Supreme Court of Ohio Committee on the Appointment of Counsel for Indigent Defendants in Capital Cases, and has served as a trustee for Nova House, the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation, the Legal Aid Society of Dayton, and the Dayton Boys and Girls Club. He has also served as co-chair for the OSBA Bench Bar Committee.

Steven E. Yuhas, of Miamisburg, is an attorney with Thorson, Switala, Mondock & Snead, where he focuses on workers’ compensation and domestic relations law. He is a founding member of the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project, has established the Eugene and Rosemarie Yuhas Endowed Scholarship Fund at the University of Dayton School of Law, is a past president of the University of Dayton School of Law Alumni Board, has served on the St. Albert the Great Catholic Parish Council, is a member of the University of Dayton John Stuart Society and still serves on the University of Dayton School of Law Advisory Council. He is also a member of the Dayton Bar Association.

Ann Zarate, of Columbus, is the development director for the Ohio State Bar Foundation. She has been a mock trial judge for the Ohio Wesleyan University Junior League of Columbus and a moot court judge for The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. She is a member of the OSBA, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and the National Conference of Bar Foundations.

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