22nd Annual Scholarships & Award BanquetSaturday, April 26, 2014
The Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati (BLAC) invites you to support our Twenty Second Annual Scholarship & Awards Banquet. We expect more than 300 people to attend the Banquet, which will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014, Kingsgate Marriott, 151 Goodman Drive, starting with cocktails at 6:00 p.m., followed by a great dinner, the awards presentation, and music. Join us as we invite diverse law students into the profession and honor the 2014 Distinguished Service Award recipient, Kenneth L. Parker, Esq.
Calvin S. Tregre, JrBurg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C.
12 Walnut St Suite 2090
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Fields of Practice:Dangerous Drugs, Medical Devices, Defective Products and Diseases, Pharmaceutical Litigation, Products Liability, Consumer Protection, Class Actions, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Civil Rights, Catastrophic Injuries
BLAC Enters a New Era
Welcome to your online access to the Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati (BLAC). The BLAC is a professional organization that is rich in history and is committed to seeing that all lawyers in the Cincinnati area, regardless of race, color, creed, or sex are given the opportunity to share equally in the legal profession. While we strive to enhance the image of Black lawyers in our community, we also seek to work with national, state and local bar associations in solving problems which are peculiar to all Black lawyers.
Our current membership includes judges, lawyers, law students and many others who are committed to the diversification and progression of our legal community. As we embark on the BLAC's 26th anniversary year in 2011, we want to sincerely thank you for your interest in the BLAC. Your help is what makes our continued success possible. We invite you to explore our new website and we look forward to working with you this year.
BLAC, an affiliate of the National Bar Association, is a not-for-profit corporation whose goals are:
- To improve the administration of civil and criminal justice.
- To work with national, state and local bar associations in solving problems which are peculiar to African-American Lawyers.
- To see that all lawyers and law students in the Greater Cincinnati area, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin or gender are given the opportunity to share equally in the benefits of the legal profession.
- To do all things necessary and incidental to the fulfillment of the purposes of this Association, in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 1702.01 et seq.