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Osceola attorney wins The Iowa State Bar Association’s President’s Award

osceola iowa lawyerElisabeth Reynoldson, an attorney at Reynoldson & Van Werden LLP in Osceola, was presented The Iowa State Bar Association’s President’s Award on Wednesday, June 20 at the ISBA’s Annual Awards Gala.

A University of Iowa College of Law graduate, Reynoldson passed the bar in 1992 and has maintained a varied practice in Osceola ever since. She previously served as the Clarke County Attorney and as an adjunct professor at the University of Iowa College of Law. She has also been heavily involved in The Iowa State Bar Association, beginning with service to the Young Lawyers Division, including serving as its president. Currently, she serves on the section council for Probate, Trust and Estate Planning, and on the Appellate Practice and Ways and Means Committees. She is also currently the President of the Iowa State Bar Foundation, which provides grant-support to worthwhile law-related projects that enhance the practice of law and serve the public through education of the legal system.

For her dedication to the ISBA and its Foundation, and the profession of law as a whole, outgoing ISBA President Steve Eckley selected Reynoldson as the 2018 recipient of the ISBA President’s Award.

This article was first published on http://clarkecountylife.com.