Under Fulbright Leadership, AYLA Receives Three First Place Awards of Achievement
Under the leadership of Fulbright partner Adam Schramek, the Austin Young Lawyers Association (AYLA) has been honored with first place in three state-wide Awards of Achievement as recognition for well-planned and executed programs contributing to the public good and the improvement of the legal profession.
The awards were presented to AYLA by the Texas Young Lawyers Association and include the "comprehensive" award for its overall outstanding programming in 2012 as well as two first place awards for the best service to the profession and service to the public projects in the State.
"The AYLA Board, which has worked so hard this year to bring great programming to Austin's young lawyers, is truly honored by these awards," said AYLA President Adam Schramek, "We were hoping at least one of our projects would be recognized, but to win all three awards is amazing."
Schramek is a partner in Fulbright's Austin office, focusing his practice on complex commercial litigation matters, working on a variety of matters in state and federal court, as well as before arbitration panels. In addition, Schramek is well experienced in eDiscovery matters, coordinating eDiscovery in an international dispute with one of the nation's largest energy companies.
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