November 2012 CBA REPORT
This section features current news and events of interest to the local legal community.
News items may be submitted to
Legal Community News
Monday, November 12
to 8 p.m.
College of Mount St. Joseph
Delhi Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45233
Directions available at: beyondcivility.org
Vice-Mayor Roxanne Qualls (D) &
State Senator Bill Seitz (R)
Light refreshments available starting at 6 p.m.
Admission is free with advance reservations.
Call (513) 244-4220
On September 6, 2012,
Attorney Registration No.
last known business address in
Cincinnati, Ohio, was suspended from
the practice of law for an interim period
with the matter referred to the Disci-
plinary Counsel for investigation and
commencement of disciplinary proceed-
ings. See the Supreme Court’s entry in
re: Suzanne Prieur Land
for additional information.
In M emoriam
Hal F. Franke
Sept. 29, 1928 – Sept. 29, 2012
Robert A. Lavercombe
Sept. 20, 1950 – Sept. 28, 2012
The Cincinnati Bar Association
honors these members of the legal
community who have recently died.
Please contact Kathy Schmidt at (513)
or at kmschmidt@cincybar.
org if you are aware of a death to be
listed in an upcoming issue of the
CBA Report. We also regularly publish
obituaries in the magazine. Please let
her know if you would like to write an
obituary about a deceased member,
preferably within three months of the
During this season of good cheer,
celebrate Christmas, Hannukah and
Kwanzaa by giving back to less fortu-
nate children through participation
in the Holiday Giving Basket. The
Holiday Giving Basket is a commu-
nity service project brought to you by
local Cincinnati attorneys to benefit
children and adolescents served by
ProKids, the Boys & Girls Club, Boys
Hope/Girls Hope and Hearne House.
Filling the Giving Basket with
gifts for some of Cincinnati’s neediest
children is easy and simple:
Beyond Civility Profiles in
Politics Side-by-Side Series
Beyond Civility, a non-profit group that promotes
constructive dialogue among civic and elected leaders,
is excited to announce their first Side-by-Side will take
place November 12. The series will feature pairs of public
figures from two political parties, a republican and a
democrat, answering questions about the early formation of their political identities.
The series offers an antidote to the contentious and sometimes toxic national
political rhetoric that is serving to polarize our society by inviting local political
leaders to share their reflections on the people and experiences that helped to form
the political beliefs and positions they hold today.
Look for additional Side-by-Sides in January, February and March. Dates and
locations will be forthcoming.
Choose a gift tag with a child’s gender and age.
Purchase an age appropriate gift for $25-$30.
Place the unwrapped gift in a gift bag and attach the gift tag.
Drop the gift off at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, Chemed Center, 225 East Fifth Street,
Ste. 1900, Cincinnati, OH 45202 between December 3-7.
If you have questions, please contact the YLS Community Service co-chairs Shonita
or Chris Ryan
LaDonna Wallace Smith at (513) 699-1392 or