May 18, 2015 - Kari L. Olson Named President of Hartford County Bar Foundation
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HARTFORD, CT(May 18, 2015)…Murtha Cullina LLP partner Kari L. Olson has been elected President of the Hartford County Bar Foundation.
The announcement was made at the Annual Meeting of the Hartford County Bar Association on May 12, 2015. Prior to this appointment, Ms. Olson served on the Board of Directors of the Foundation.
In her new role as President, Ms. Olson hopes to increase member participation and, thereby, the support for charities that help those in need in Hartford County.
Ms. Olson is a partner in the Litigation Department of Murtha Cullina. She is Co-Chair of the Firm's Land Use Practice Group and Municipal Practice Group.
About Hartford County Bar Foundation
The Hartford County Bar Foundation was established as a charitable organization whose purpose is to develop, promote, provide and/or support programs of a charitable nature, which assist or benefit homeless, hungry, sick, disabled, unemployed and/or other disadvantaged or needy persons.
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