AWK Legal is happy to announce that Attorney Jesse Bowman has opened an additional office in the historic Rentschler Building, 6 South Second Street, Suite 508, in downtown Hamilton. The building is conveniently located across the street from the Butler County Probate and Municipal Courts and a short walk away from the Butler County Common Pleas and Domestic Relations Courts.
The new location was needed as Jesse continues to increase his work serving the people of Butler County and will provide his clients with a closer location to their homes. Jesse will continue to work primarily at our Mason office, and will be available by appointment in his new Hamilton office.
AWK Legal is proud to announce that Jesse Bowman was recently awarded a Certificate of Recognition from Judge Timothy Tepe at the Fourth Annual Warren County Veterans Court Recognition Breakfast for his work as a Peer Mentor in the program.
The Warren County Veterans Court is a specialized docket of the Warren County Common Pleas Court under Judge Tepe and is an intensive program reserved for Veterans who require more services than traditional community control can provide. Peer Mentors are Veterans themselves that serve as an ally and advocate for the Veterans in the program.
Jesse is proud to serve as a Peer Mentor and thankful for the Warren County Veterans Court and the work it does for our Veterans.
Attorney Max Kinman is dedicated to helping veterans and their families. His experience is highlighted in this feature article on the Ohio State Bar Association’s website.
Cincinnati Attorney Fights for Veterans and Their Families
Attorneys Jesse Bowman; Max Kinman; Chris Alexander: David Wagner