This month, the Columbus Bar Association (CBA) announced Joe Patchen’s appointment as chair of the Real Property Committee, effective July 1, 2021. In his position, Joe will help keep Columbus real estate lawyers up to date on the most pressing changes in the law and help to plan continuing legal education (CLE) programs relevant to real property practice.
“Helping members of the bar give the best legal advice to clients, and practice at the highest level of the profession is an honor,” says Joe Patchen, Partner at Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP. “This town is full of excellent lawyers, and I’m glad to be able to facilitate that, particularly at a time in Columbus’ history when real estate development and construction and lending are roaring.”
About Joseph M. Patchen
For 34 years, Joseph M. Patchen has represented business owners and professionals throughout Central Ohio. His business law practice emphasizes corporate and limited liability company formation, planning, lending and work out. His commercial real estate representation focuses on construction, leasing and property acquisition.
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.