July 18, 2012
Columbus Bar Incubator Program Welcomes Three New Attorneys
Columbus Bar inc welcomed three new resident attorneys to the program this month.
John Lynch, Lana Momani, and Brandon Sewell are getting acclimated to a new office and setting up a solo practice. The attorneys are receiving training on career related topics including managing trust accounts and general practice management. They will tour the local courts as well as the Supreme Court Law Library. In addition to educational sessions, the new lawyers are becoming acquainted with the inc program mentors and obtaining invaluable advice.
John Lynch is a 2011 Capital University Law School graduate with varied work experiences in legal, governmental, and political areas. He was the head law clerk for the Franklin County Public Defender and, most recently, served as a manager with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Lana Momani is a 2009 graduate of the OSU Moritz College of Law. She is currently building a solo practice through court appointed lists. Lana is licensed in both Ohio and Illinois, and her interest is in family law, estate planning, landlord-tenant matters.
Brandon Sewell is a 2011 graduate of the University Of Toledo School Of Law. He received his degree with the distinction of cum laude. In addition to his academic achievements, Brandon spent several years as a social worker in Dayton, Ohio. He has aspirations of practicing both criminal and family law.
Since the program began in 2011, several attorneys have transitioned into successful solo practices and new careers. The incubator program owes its success to the generous financial and time contributions of local bar members who serve as sponsors and mentors. If you are interested in learning more about how you can contribute to inc, contact Jill Snitcher McQuain at email@example.com.