October 2012 CBA REPORT
For more information about becoming involved in any CBA practice committee,
contact Dorothy Schultz at (513) 699-1404 or
Julia B. Carney
Manley Burke LPA
Municipal and Land Use Law
Chase College of Law - NKU
What kind of issues do you find most interesting in your practice committee?
Urban development and re-development of our communities.
What would your practice committee want other attorneys to understand about your
Municipal Law is the jack of all trades of law. Part employment law, adminis-
trative law, real estate, zoning & many other practice areas.
How has being a part of your committee made a difference in your own practice?
I have the opportunity to discuss current legal topics and get feedback from other prac-
What is the most important project for your practice committee this year?
nual CLE, always has great speakers on topics of current interest.
When I’m not in the office, I’m….
at one of my children’s sporting events.
Favorite quote that motivates me is…
you’re braver than you believe; stronger than you
seem and smarter than you think.
My favorite place to go in Cincinnati is…
The Cincinnati Museum Center because of
it’s great architecture and many family friendly activities.
Dan Moore, chair of the Solo/Small Firm Practice
committee, welcomes Karen Rolcik as she presents
Intersection of Estate Planning and Elder Law” to
Join the Women Lawyers
Committee for a
Cincinnati Pops Lollipop
Sat., November 10
Doughnuts, drinks & activities
The Senior Lawyers Division Presents
Representatives of the local Democratic and
Republican Party will debate the issues and
presidential campaign. Each party will receive
minutes, followed by a 20 minute question
and answer session with the audience and a
Thursday, October 18
Cincinnati Bar Association
a.m. (lunch served)
p.m. (debate starts)
David Pepper & Don Mooney
Chip Miller & Jonathan Dever
Tom McKee (WCPO Channel 9 Reporter)
RSVP by October 15 at
. For more information, please contact
LaDonna Wallace Smith at (513) 699-1392 or