Clark Hill Attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin to Present to the National Council of Jewish Women September 17th
Birmingham, MI – Clark Hill Attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin will present to the National Council of Jewish Women Greater Detroit Section on Tuesday September 17th in a program entitled “Lifelines: Women Taking Control of Their Lives”. Kerwin will present along with Beverly Tobocman, a financial planner and Geraldine Spillman, a psychologist and peer counselor. They will discuss innovative approaches empowering women to take control of their legal and financial decisions and their personal growth.
Ada Snyder Kerwin is a family lawyer who has a Masters degree in clinical psychology. As a psychologist, she specialized in family therapy working with individuals, couples and families. Prior to specializing exclusively in Family Law, Ada practiced criminal defense in federal and Michigan courts. Ada was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 1983 and is a resident of the firm’s Birmingham office.
Clark Hill PLC is an entrepreneurial, full service law firm that provides business legal services, government & public affairs, and personal legal services to our clients throughout the country. With offices in Arizona, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia, Clark Hill has more than 300 attorneys and professionals. For more information on our firm and our services, visit www.clarkhill.com.
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