Clark Hill PLC Attorney Kaveh Kashef Elected to Oakland County Bar Association Board of Directors
– Clark Hill attorney Kaveh Kashef has been elected to the 2012-2013 Board of Directors for the Oakland County Bar Association (OCBA). Kashef has been an active member of the OCBA through various committee positions and program involvement over the years, and he was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Oakland County Bar Foundation in 2011. As the previous chair of the OCBA New Lawyers Council, Kashef expanded the involvement of newly-admitted attorneys with programs like Motion Day Mentoring, ultimately strengthening the overall membership-base of the OCBA. He plans to continue promoting OCBA expansion and involvement through charitable efforts and community outreach while maintaining the OCBA spirit of collegiality.
Kashef is a member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group in Birmingham, Mich., where he specializes in construction, riparian rights, automotive, real property, and employment and commercial law. He was named a 2012 Top Lawyer by
magazine and a
Michigan Super Lawyers
Rising Star from 2008-2012. In addition, Kashef was named one of
The Trial Lawyers’
Top 40 Under 40 for the State of Michigan. Kashef is a member of the State Bar Civil Procedure and Courts Standing Committee, and an American Inns of Court Barrister.
The OCBA is an association of more than 3,000 members that offers professional continuing legal education seminars, a lawyer referral service, mentoring program and networking opportunities. OCBA committees include Alternative Dispute Resolution, Criminal Law, Diversity in the Legal Profession and PALS (Providing Access to Legal Services).
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