Burr's Jennifer Blumenthal Named President of the South Carolina Bar Foundation

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Charleston Partner, Jennifer Blumenthal will be serving as the 2020-2021 president of the South Carolina Bar Foundation. The Foundation also celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Since the inception of the Foundation, the SCBF has worked to improve the lives of fellow South Carolinians through ensuring legal access and aid to those in need.

The Foundation’s vision is for every person in South Carolina to recognize and secure legal rights; SCBF accomplishes this by promoting justice through funding legal access and education. Since its inception in 1971, the South Carolina Bar Foundation has awarded more than $50 million to various law-related organizations throughout the state.

At Burr, Jennifer Blumenthal is the Managing Partner of the Charleston Office and serves as Vice-Chair of the firm’s Lending Practice Group. She practices corporate, banking and business transactional law, with a concentration on commercial lending, real estate finance and UCC secured transactions, including loan workouts and restructuring of debt. She is also involved in many aspects of public finance transactions, as well as public utility law.

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