Tampa, Fla., March 28, 2014 – Trenam Kemker is proud to announce that one of its Tampa shareholders, Amy L. Drushal, has been elected to the Council for the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Law Practice Division. This appointment follows Drushal’s leadership and active involvement in the organization for the last nine years.
“Amy’s leadership in the American Bar Association reflects her commitment to excellence, in both her professional endeavors and the organizations with which she works,” said J. Eric (“Tate”) Taylor, chair of the Executive Board of Trenam Kemker. “She has proven to be an effective leader within our firm and in the ABA. We are confident that the Law Practice Division will benefit from her contributions.”
Formerly known as the Law Practice Management Section, the Law Practice Division supplies members of the ABA with information and resources related to the business of law. The division coordinates meetings and professional networking opportunities, CLE programs, book discounts, various publications and more.
At Trenam Kemker, Drushal focuses her practice on commercial litigation matters with an emphasis on bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and insolvency, appellate and employment issues.
She earned her undergraduate degree from Florida State University and her law degree from Stetson University College of Law.
Founded in 1970, Trenam Kemker ranks among the largest law firms in Florida, with offices in Tampa and St. Petersburg. Trenam Kemker works regionally with clients in the following practice areas: bankruptcy, creditors’ rights & insolvency, business transactions, commercial litigation, construction law and government contracting, employment law, health care, employee benefits, private client services and real estate transactions and lending. The firm is committed to the service of its clients, the community and the improvement of the legal profession. For more information, visit Trenam Kemker online at www.trenam.com.