OSBF Welcomes New Class of Fellows
Each year, OSBF fellows design their own class experience
The Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF) is pleased to announce the induction of 15 attorneys to its Fellows Program. The new class of OSBF Fellows were inducted by Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor at a ceremony at the Supreme Court of Ohio on June 14.
As the Professional Honorary of Ohio Lawyers, the OSBF welcomes a new class of fellows each year, a group of attorneys who exemplify the highest standards of professionalism and are committed to serving their communities. Since its inaugural fellows class in 1998, the OSBF has inducted more than 1,000 fellows.
Each year, OSBF fellows design their own class experience, creating a Fellows Week of Service centered around a legal topic they choose. Since 1998, OSBF fellows have developed 25 community service initiatives focused on issues such as human trafficking, immigrant/refugee citizen education, prisoner reentry into communities, access to justice for developmentally disabled youth, foster youth care, journalism and reporting on the legal system and more.
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