Clark Hill Attorney Kaveh Kashef Selected As “Up and Coming Lawyer” by Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly
– Clark Hill Attorney Kaveh Kashef was named one of this year’s twenty “Up and Coming Lawyers” by Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly, editor Doug Levy announced this week.
On it’s website, Michigan Lawyers Weekly explains the criteria for the selection process as attorneys who “have practiced law for 10 years or less, yet have already distinguished themselves in the practice of law, and appear poised for even greater things. They were chosen for their noteworthy cases, unique practice areas, and interesting community or bar association efforts.”
Kaveh is a member in Clark Hill’s Birmingham office, where he focuses his practice on automotive, construction, real estate and general litigation matters.
In addition, Kaveh is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Oakland County Board Foundation and, for the past four years, has been recognized by Law & Politics Magazine as a Rising Star in his field. Kaveh recently published an article in The Young Lawyer, an American Bar Association publication with more than 150,000 in circulation nationally.
This year’s list can be accessed by visiting: http://michiganlawyerblog.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/up-coming-lawyers-2011/.
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