TPCBA Young Lawyers Board Welcomes Two Attorneys from McKinley Irvin
Two lawyers from McKinley Irvin, the Northwest's premier family law firm, were elected to the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association 2015 Young Lawyers Board of Trustees.
McKinley Irvin, a Washington family and matrimonial law firm, is proud to announce that attorneys Lindsay Camandona and Lindsay Noel were elected to serve on the 2015 Young Lawyers Board of Trustees for the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association (TPCBA).
Both Noel (Secretary) and Camandona (President) look forward to working with TPCBA to further its purpose and serve the Tacoma-Pierce County legal community.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association (TPCBA) is a vital part of the professional body of lawyers who serve Tacoma-Pierce County and the surrounding region. The TPCBA has served legal professionals for more than 150 years.
As members of the Young Lawyers Board of Trustees, Camandona and Noel will provide guidance and assistance for newer members of the TPCBA.
In order to join the Young Lawyers Section, members must be no more than 36 years old and have less than five years of experience in the legal field.
Camandona, who will serve as President of the board, earned her Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law. Today, she is privileged to serve her clients as she strives to make a positive difference in their lives.
As secretary of the Young Lawyers Board of Trustees, Noel looks forward to excelling in her new role and working alongside her legal peers and the TPCBA. She is focused on providing her clients with excellent service and positive results, and is known for her ability to offer clients a welcoming and understanding legal experience.
Camandona and Noel's achievement is not only a reflection of their personal dedication to excellence, but indicative of the firm's overall commitment to providing outstanding legal services. To learn more about McKinley Irvin, visit mckinleyirvin.com.