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Amanda Strausbaugh Appointed Co-chair to CBA Young Lawyers Committee

This month, the Columbus Bar Association (CBA) announced Amanda Strausbaugh’s appointment as co-chair to the Young Lawyers Committee, effective July 1, 2021. In her position, Amanda will help to design activities and programs to assist new lawyers in building successful, rewarding professional lives. The committee helps young attorneys acquire all the tools needed to build a successful career; from the substantive knowledge and business sense expected of today’s attorney to the sprawling networks, strong friendships, and balanced perspectives that make professional growth both possible and rewarding.

“The CBA is a great organization and I’ve made and strengthened friendships through the Young Lawyers Committee,” says Amanda Strausbaugh, Attorney at Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP. “I am honored to have the opportunity to give back to an organization that has done so much to make me a better person and a better lawyer.”

About Amanda M. Strausbaugh

Amanda concentrates her entire practice on estate planning, probate and trust administration. She steers her clients through all aspects of estate planning, including drafting all appropriate legal documents, structuring financial assets to reduce transfer taxes and probate costs, navigating the estate administration process, and counseling trustees of family trusts in the proper exercise of their duties. She endeavors to ensure her estate planning clients know and understand their options for how and when their assets will be distributed in accordance to their wishes.

Her legal passion was ignited during her time in the financial industry. Amanda noticed a gap of information; and this often meant seeing individuals struggling with difficulties surrounding incapacitation, probate and trust administration. Today, her understanding of financial institution inner-workings helps her clients avoid and navigate various pitfalls.

About the Columbus Bar Association

As the first and oldest Bar Association in the State of Ohio, initiated in 1869, the CBA is a diverse community of nearly 5,000 central Ohio legal professionals. The organization strives to be the leader in providing excellent, innovative and cost-effective services to members of the legal profession and the general public in central Ohio. Through the active involvement of a broad and diverse membership, they focus on professionalism, education, advocacy, and community service to advance the justice system for all.


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