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Partner M. Katherine (“Kate”) Bushey Recognized Nationally as a CCAL Fellow

We are delighted to announce that Partner M. Katherine (“Kate”) Bushey has been honored with fellowship in the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL). Among the over 4,000 lawyers specializing in community association law in the United States, only a select few—less than 175 attorneys nationwide—have achieved the distinction of being CCAL fellows.

Kate has earned this esteemed recognition through her exceptional leadership, unwavering commitment to advancing legal principles, and her provision of practical tools essential for the thriving of community associations. Her remarkable qualities include a commitment to high ethical standards, robust analytical and writing skills, extensive experience, and a commendable ability to educate others in the field.

Established in 1993 by the Community Associations Institute (CAI), CCAL serves as a vital platform for the exchange of information among seasoned legal professionals dedicated to the advancement of community association governance. Its overarching goals encompass the promotion of elevated standards of professional and ethical responsibility, the continual improvement and advancement of community association law and practice, and the facilitation of the creation of educational materials and programs addressing legal issues.

Please join us in extending heartfelt congratulations to Kate for achieving the highest honor of service in the practice of Community Association Law.

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