Warren W. Shaw Distinguished Service Award was presented to Arthur A. Glassman, a fixture in the Topeka lawful local community considering that his graduation from Washburn University School of Law in 1965. Glassman joined the regulation organization of Sloan, Listrom, Eisenbarth, Sloan & Glassman LLC, in 1967, the predecessor to Sloan Eisenbarth Glassman, McEntire & Jarboe LLC. Glassman’s area of follow concentrated mostly in company regulation representing organization homeowners during Kansas. He has served as the president of the Topeka Bar Affiliation Ethics and Grievance Committee and is the previous president of the Topeka Bar Association 1999-2000. For two a long time, he directed the Bar Demonstrate for the Topeka Bar and he carries on to perform in the exhibit. Glassman has been included in many group corporations and community boards, including the Washburn College College of Legislation Alumni Association, Board of Governors, the American Cancer Culture Shawnee County Unit (previous president), the Loved ones Provider and Steering Heart (previous president) and the Topeka Blood Bank. He is a veteran of the United States Air Drive. Glassman is married to Carolyn Glassman.
Superb Young Attorney Award went to Jake Holly, who served as president of the TBA’s Young Legal professionals division 2021-22 phrase. Holly was instrumental in bringing back YLD social routines considering the fact that the pandemic. In addition to socials, he arranged trivia, re-executed bar prep scholarship, espresso with judges and a golfing tournament that experienced the most attendees in recent memory. His enthusiasm breathed fresh new existence into the YLD soon after the pandemic. In addition, he serves on the TBA’s publication committee, enhancing the monthly briefings. Holly is a member of the Sam A. Crow Inn of Court docket, serving in a leadership place there. And he published an report last fall in the KBA Bar Journal regarding discretionary trusts. Holly is a member of Foulston’s Northeast Kansas Transactional Team. Centered in the firm’s Topeka business, Holly advises customers in the places of organization and company, administrative, estate preparing and real estate regulation. Prior to joining Foulston, Holly clerked at the Third Judicial District the place he witnessed the resolution of litigation disputes and the processes and policies driving Kansas Administrative Company disputes firsthand.
Honorable E. Newton Vickers Professionalism Award went to Danielle Hall, who is govt director of the Kansas Legal professionals Aid System, a position she has held since 2019. Corridor educates attorneys about professionalism and encourages and empowers them to uphold the best expectations of the lawful occupation. Hall strengthens the professionalism of lawyers in the course of the state by way of efforts that are section of her responsibilities as executive director of the Kansas Attorneys Help Method. She is in substantial need to teach continuing lawful education packages about attorney very well-currently being, addiction, mental overall health and ethics difficulties. Hall serves on the govt committee of the Kansas Attorney Well-Staying Job Force, is chair of the Topeka Bar Affiliation Technological innovation Committee and is co-chair of the Minority Women of all ages in the Job Committee for the Kansas Women of all ages Attorneys Affiliation. She also is an energetic member in the ABA Regulation Follow Division and has served on several committees. Hall serves as an adjunct professor at Washburn College and Washburn School of Law. She teaches the legislation school’s Intense Trial Advocacy System and Law Office environment Technological know-how in the Legal Experiments Division. She also coaches the law school’s demo advocacy competition teams and operates the undergraduate mock demo plan.
Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic starvation-aid group, presented the John van Hengel award at the organization’s yearly conference to Valerie Nicholson-Watson, president and CEO of Harvesters — The Group Food items Network. The award is the maximum honor in meals banking, a life span accomplishment award intended to be the crowning honor of a winner’s food banking job. The JVH Award acknowledges occupation excellence in management, neighborhood impression, national impact, motivation and entrepreneurial spirit in the space of starvation relief. “Throughout her distinguished vocation, Valerie has demonstrated passionate, influential management,” claimed Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America. “She carries a contagious optimism and really thinks in the mission of serving neighbors in will need.” Nicholson-Watson has led Harvesters since 2013. Nicholson-Watson will retire from Harvesters on June 30. A look for is underway for her substitution.
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