Lassner, recently honored as a Michigan Lawyers Weekly Up and Coming Lawyer, says it’s been a good year for the CBA in terms of revenue from continuing education programs.
In keeping with the CBA’s annual tradition, some of that revenue, more than $10,000, has been donated to local charities.
The charities, as nominated by the membership and voted on by the CBA Board of Directors, include:
- The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW)
- Forgotten Harvest
- Children’s Hospital
- S.A.Y. Detroit Family Health Clinic
- Cabrini Clinic
- Starfish Family Services
- Wounded Warriors
- Access to Bankruptcy Court
- Legal Services of South Central Michigan
The Consumer Bankruptcy Association is a voluntary bar association open to legal professionals working in the bankruptcy field in the Eastern District of Michigan.