Murray Guari Trial Attorneys’ Partner Scott Perry co-chaired a special Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Bench Bar Conference seminar for the Young Lawyers Session via Zoom on Friday, August 7.
The session, “How to Make Yourself Successful & Invaluable: A Pathway to Partnership or the Bench,” was moderated by Judge Paige Gillman with panelists Judge Luis Delgado and attorneys Scott Perry, Rebecca Brock, Kelly Schulz, and Michael Kranz. The Judges and attorneys helped provide tips and suggestions for success for young lawyers practicing in Palm Beach County, and beyond.
The Bench Bar is the largest event hosted by the Palm Beach County Bar Association and the event offers members the opportunity to further their legal education, as well as engage with peers and the local judiciary. This year due to COVID-19, it was forced to an online platform.
Scott currently serves as a Director on the Board for the Palm Beach County Bar Association. He has served on numerous committees and as a session co-chair for the Bench Bar Conference multiple times. Scott and the law firm firmly believe in the importance of participating in and giving back to our local bar association and to the legal community as a whole.
The Palm Beach County Bar Association is a non-profit organization, which was founded in 1922. The Bar’s mission is to serve its members, foster professionalism, and enhance the public’s understanding and awareness of the legal system through public service activities and giving back to the community. The Palm Beach County Bar Association can be reached at (561) 687-2800.