At the academy, I was able to examine important issues about my professional life as a lawyer, such as ethics, justice, and morality.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) May 03, 2015
Su Kang, an attorney with Seiller Waterman LLC, recently graduated from the Louisville Bar Association’s Leadership Academy. The academy’s primary goal is to build a core of practicing attorneys in the greater Louisville area that will lead the legal community ethically, professionally and charitably, with high regard for service to the city and region.
“I went to the academy to take a more active role as a lawyer and to expand on my leadership skills and excel in my community service role,” said Su, who is licensed in both Kentucky and New York. “At the academy, I was able to examine important issues about my professional life as a lawyer, such as ethics, justice, and morality.”
The Leadership Academy is a six-month training program in its 9th year. It allows an opportunity for lawyers to meet and discuss important business and professional issues with leaders at the local, state and national levels. The academy, which only accepts twenty-two people at a time, also helps lawyers refine their leadership skills.
In addition to being a Leadership Academy graduate, Su graduated from the Syracuse University College of Law. She joined Seiller Waterman in its family law group coming from a successful private practice. Su’s practice involves divorce, child support, custody of children, spousal maintenance, division of property and debt as well as domestic violence issues. Su also volunteers with the Legal Aid Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse and Habitat for Humanity.
“It’s an honor to work with these outstanding organizations,” said Su. “With my training from the Leadership Academy, I feel I can further serve these groups to the best of my enhanced abilities.”
About Su Kang
Su Kang is an attorney with Seiller Waterman LLC, which focuses on litigation, corporate and business law, real estate, employment law, intellectual property, bankruptcy and financial restructuring, domestic relations, estate planning and taxation. She works with the Legal Aid Society representing children who appear before family court on child protection, termination of parental rights and juvenile delinquency petitions. Su also has the role of “Guardian ad Litem” for her duties with juvenile rights which allows her to provide legal representation, express clients’ wishes to the court and safeguard the interests and legal rights of children. She is a member of the American Bar Association in the Family Law and Young Lawyers sections; the Kentucky Bar Association in the Young Lawyers Section; the Louisville Bar Association in Family Law and Young Lawyers sections, as well as a member of the New York Bar Association. For more information, please call Su at (502) 584-7400, or visit derbycitylaw.com.
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