This past Sunday, Bartlett and Weigle was a proud sponsor of the annual children’s holiday party hosted by the Russian Educational Center “Bookvarel” in Mason, Ohio. For the past twelve years, Bookvarel has made it a goal to preserve and promote the heritage of the Russian culture among Cincinnati children by teaching Russian Language, Russian Literature and other subjects that help develop a broad educational foundation and pass Russian traditions from one generation to the next.
As part of the community, our own Russian-speaking attorney Anna Korneeva attended this wonderful event where she represented our firm. Anna is licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky, and has been representing clients in the areas of immigration law, criminal defense, and civil litigation.
As someone who was born and raised in Russia, and who has been living in the United States for the past 15 years, Anna understands the significant differences between Russian and American cultures, particularly between the legal systems of both countries. It is her hope that her knowledge of the law will become an asset to the entire Russian-speaking community of the greater Cincinnati area. Anna’s goal is to help her compatriots with their legal needs, as well as get assimilated in America and become successful. Call our office today to make an appointment with Anna.
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