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November 22, 2016

Award Nominations Being Accepted

Now Accepting Award Nominations
The Cincinnati Bar Association is accepting nominations for the following awards to be presented at the CBA’s 2017 Annual Meeting. All replies will be handled with the strictest confidence.

Themis Award
The Themis Award is the highest award given by the Cincinnati Bar Association for truly extraordinary service by an attorney to the Cincinnati Bar Association, the legal profession and/or the general community. The recipient must display a high level of commitment, dedication or courage.

Trustees’ Award
The Trustees’ Award is presented for outstanding service by an attorney to the Cincinnati Bar Association, the legal profession and/or the general community, which displays a high level of commitment, dedication or courage.

To nominate someone for either of the above awards, please direct your nominations to the CBA Awards Committee by Jan. 20, 2017, Cincinnati Bar Association, 225 E. Sixth Street, Second Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45202.

John W. Warrington Community Service Award
Presented in memory of John W. Warrington, this award recognizes an attorney who has performed extraordinary volunteer community service. The recipient must be a CBA member and must have spent a minimum of three years as an attorney.

To nominate someone for this award, please visit the CBA Community Service Interest Group page at www.cincybar.org or contact LaDonna Wallace Smith at (513) 699-1392 or lwsmith@cincybar.org by Jan. 5, 2017.

John P. Kiely Professionalism Award
This award recognizes a trial lawyer for possessing outstanding trial skills and demonstrating the highest degree of professionalism, civility and ethical standards in his or her daily practice. Nominees must be members of the Cincinnati Bar Association.

To nominate someone for this award in honor of attorney John P. Kiely, please contact Maria Palermo by Jan. 31, 2017 at (513) 699-1402 or mcpalermo@cincybar.org.

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