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President’s Brief
A Year of Change
By Douglas R. Dennis, President, Cincinnati Bar Association
Cover Article
#WelcomePresidentDennis: Doug Dennis Steps in as 125th President of
the Cincinnati Bar Association
By Aris Yowell
Feature Article
Endow Kentucky: A Generous Charitable Tax Credit
By Suzanne M. Rohlfs
Feature Article
Sound and Fury: Immigration Policies of the Presidential Candidates
By Bryan Scott Hicks
Feature Article
The Quiet Before the Storm
By Kimberly Wilcoxon
Feature Article
A New Perspective on Mediation
By Alita Glardon
Tech Tip
iOS Apps and Tricks for Productivity
By Meribeth Hamilton Sewell
Balanced Living
Fitness Fads
By James F. Bogen
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Cincinnati Bar Foundation
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Classified Ads
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Committee Corner
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Continuing Legal Education
33
Ethics Hotline
31
Legal Community News
34
Member/Firm News
30
Member Services
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Young Lawyers Section
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he Cinc innati Bar A s soc iation , found ed
in 1872, is an Ohio not-for-profit corporation,
the members of which are attorneys principally
practicing in Hamilton County, Ohio. Its mission
is to promote professional excellence, foster justice, serve
its members and educate the public.
Cincinnati Bar Association 2015-2016
Board of Trustees
Eric K. Combs,
President
Douglas R. Dennis,
President-Elect
John J. Williams,
Vice President
ers,
Secretary
John E. Stillpass,
Treasurer
John P. Tafaro,
Immediate Past President
Donyetta D. Bailey
Stacy Christman Blomeke
Edward J. Boll III
Kent A. Britt
Hon. Ethna M. Cooper
Paige L. Ellerman
Jodie Drees Ganote
Ralph P. Ginocchio
William R. Graf
Joseph D. Heyd
Danielle L. Lorenz
Daniel N. Moore
Amy E. Pennekamp
Lori A. Ross
Christopher Andrew Wagner
Neal J. Weill
John Pinney,
ABA Delegate
John C. Norwine,
ex officio
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