On March 27th, Goosmann Law Firm Attorney, Anthony Osborn, will be speaking on behalf of the American Bar Association at the University of Iowa College of Law. Osborn’s presentation will focus on informing current law students of ways in which they get involved in the ABA (and, in particular, the ABA’s Construction Forum) while they are still in law school. This is just one of a series of presentations that Osborn is giving at several regional law schools.

Members of the ABA Construction Forum represent all facets of the construction industry, including but not limited to owners, general contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, lenders and insurers. Osborn says, “The ABA offers many great opportunities for aspiring lawyers to make connections and become exposed to the actual practice of law, and for those interested in construction law the Construction Forum provides a wealth of information.”

Osborn represents individuals and businesses in various types of legal disputes and proceedings, including construction disputes. Osborn is an active member in the ABA’s Forum on the Construction Industry. Goosmann Law Firm is a full service law firm with three convenient locations in Sioux City, Iowa, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Dakota Dunes, South Dakota. To learn more, contact us at info@goosmannlaw.com or call 712-226-4000.

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