Clark Hill Attorney Paul S. Magy Honored by Order of DeMolay
– Clark Hill Attorney Paul S. Magy is being honored by the International Order of DeMolay and is being inducted into its Legion of Honor. DeMolay is the Masonic sponsored youth organization dedicated to preparing young men to lead responsible and productive lives contributing to society. DeMolay opens doors for young men aged 12 to 21 by developing their civic awareness, personal responsibility and leadership skills so vitally needed in society. DeMolay combines this serious mission with a fun approach that builds important bonds of friendship among members in more than 1,000 chapters worldwide.
DeMolay’s Legion of Honor was founded for the purpose of bringing together a select few out of the millions who have been members of DeMolay. Legion of Honor recipients must have actively demonstrated outstanding leadership in their civic, professional and spiritual lives and can be implicitly relied upon to aid others in carrying the ideals of DeMolay into every walk of life.
Magy has been actively involved in his faith, having served as President of his synagogue, Adat Shalom in Farmington Hills, Michigan and having served the Jewish Theological Seminary of America as the Chairman of its Rabbinical School Board. He has demonstrated leadership in his profession as a commercial real estate attorney by serving as Michigan State Director of the International Council of Shopping Centers and National Chairman of its Legal Advisory Council. Magy is also the current President of the Building Owners and Managers Association of Metro Detroit. He has been active in the government relations functions on the state and federal levels for each organization.
Magy joins fellow Clark Hill attorney Roderick S. Coy who was previously made a member of DeMolay’s Legion of Honor and was the organization’s first International Master Councilor, the title given to its President.
Magy is a member of Clark Hill’s Real Estate Practice Group. His extensive commercial real estate experience includes acquisition, development, finance, zoning, leasing and sale of commercial real estate, in addition to litigation related to those areas, including receiverships, distressed assets and retailer bankruptcy. He has a substantial amount of experience representing all forms of commercial property owners, developers, property managers and brokers.
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