Cooper Levenson attorney Trevor R. Waldron has been selected as a Buchholz Fellow on the Committee of Seventy, an independent, non-partisan organization advocating for better government across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Founded in 1904, to protect and promote the voting process and bring people of integrity into government, the organization is guided by a board of directors comprised of civic, business, and legal leaders.
The Buchholz Fellowship was created to honor Carl Buchholz, an attorney and civic servant who served on the Committee of Seventy Board of Directors. Buchholz Fellows are emerging young leaders under 40, working in the private or non-profit sectors who are interested in improving governance at all levels.
“All of us at the firm are excited to congratulate Trevor on being named a Buchholz Fellow. He will be a great addition to the Committee of Seventy and we look forward to following the work of this important organization,” said Lloyd D. Levenson, Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Waldron is an associate in Cooper Levenson’s Commercial Litigation and Bankruptcy Practices, focusing on commercial lease disputes, banking litigation, and adversarial proceedings in bankruptcy court.
Cooper Levenson is a full-service law firm since 1957, with 70 attorneys and New Jersey offices in Atlantic City and Cherry Hill. The firm also has offices in New York, N.Y., Wilmington, Del., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Las Vegas, Nev. For more information, visit www.cooperlevenson.com.