The Franklin County Bar Association admitted 10 new members at its Admission Ceremony held on Friday, December 7, 2018.
The new members admitted were Adam H. Fennen, of Weigle and Associates, P.C.; Brittany R. Henderson, of Franklin County Legal Services; Brendan M. Sullivan, of Franklin County Legal Services; Laken D. Lynch, law clerk to Honorable Shawn D. Meyers; Justin M. George, of Salzmann Hughes, P.C.; Brady Johnson IV, of Salzmann Hughes, P.C.; Sarah K. Ikena, of the Franklin County Public Defender’s Office; Thomas E. Robins, of the Franklin County Public Defender’s Office; Enoch H. Jones, the Franklin County Public Defender’s Office; and Christopher J. Mosebrook, the Franklin County Public Defender’s Office.
The ceremony, held in historic Courtroom One of the Franklin County Courthouse, included words of advice to the new admittees from the Honorable Carol L. Van Horn, Pennsylvania Bar Association President Charles Eppolito, Franklin County Bar Association President Kristen B. Hamilton and Young Lawyers Division Chair Brandon Copeland.
Kristen Hamilton, Franklin County Bar Association’s president said “This practice of formally admitting members to our bar association and having them sign the registry is my favorite time of the year. It is always exciting to see new faces, have new energy and of course, knowing that the Franklin County Bar Association is continuing to grow. It is also wonderful to see all the attorneys who are already members who make time in their schedules to come and welcome these new members. It is always my hope all new admittees take the opportunity to continue in our bar’s deep-rooted tradition of pro bono service and actively participate in our bar association for the betterment of our profession and our county.”
Brandon Copeland, Young Lawyers division Chair, said “The Young Lawyers Division is happy to welcome all of the new admittees to our Bar Association. We invite all the new admittees to become actively involved in the Young Lawyers Division and help our Association continue to grow.”