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November 2012 CBA REPORT
Created in 1961 by three members of the Cincinnati Bar Association, the Cincinnati Bar Foundation continues today to
be the only law-related charity in Cincinnati dedicated to promoting justice and changing lives through the law. For more
information on the efforts of the Foundation, contact René McPhedran at (513) 784-9595 or
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CBF Annual Advocates:
Part of the Partnership
Again, this year, a most-generous contribution of
$250 or more will place you in the Foundation’s
“Annual Advocate” circle. This is an honor bestowed
on special supporters whose actions speak loudly and
powerfully about the legal profession’s commitment
to the community. Annual Advocates will be counted
as partners in the 50/50 Campaign and listed on the
CBF’s new donor wall. Please be included in this highly regarded group of Foundation
donors.
Memorial &
Honor Gifts
The Cincinnati Bar
Foundation gratefully
acknowledges the
following gifts:
In Memory of
Kenneth D. Jameson
Alphonse A. Gerhardstein
E. Fay Stilz
Louise and Gary Roselle
In Honor of
Jerome S. Teller
Benjamin Gettler
How to Donate
How does one give? We’ve made it
easy. Simply go to
to
donate online.
Or, just use the envelope inserted
in this issue of the
CBA Report
.
50/50 Campaign 100% Support Challenge!
We challenge all members of the CBA to support the 50/50 partnership with the
Cincinnati Bar Foundation 100 percent. We all win!
The
individual
that gives $50 or more receives:
• Recognition in the CBA Report
• Recognition in the program at the CBA Annual Meeting Luncheon
• Tax Deduction
• Gifts of $250 or more receive a place in the Foundation’s “Annual Advocate” circle
and a listing on the CBF’s donor wall
The
law firm
that gives 100% receives:
• All of the benefits outlined above
• Recognition as a 100% Club Donor
(See page 20 for a list of programs “Our Community, Our Profession, Our Foundation”
that have received Foundation funding during the past year.)
Ethical Quandary?
November Ethics Hotline Attorneys
James D. Houston (513) 698-5048
Aimee Cordrey (513) 629-0346
The members of the CBA Ethics & Professional Responsibility Committee listed above are available to
help you interpret your obligations under the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct. Questions posed
should be framed hypothetically and should relate to your own prospective conduct. The committee
also accepts requests for written opinions.
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