Matt Czimskey Speaks at American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Conference

Matthew Lee  Czimskey

Matt Czimskey recently spoke at the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Fall 2016 Conference. He co-presented a program called “Growing Your Network: Ethics and Professional Conduct that Build Relationships.”

Matt and his colleagues presented an ethics paper and shared tips for developing clients into ambassadors after representation. They also discussed practical aspects of incorporating community involvement into the development of a client base and referral network.

Matt has significant experience with community involvement and building relationships. For example, he volunteered more than a hundred hours in 2015, receiving a Pro Bono Service Award from the Waco-McLennan County Young Lawyers Association. Matt also received the association’s 2016 Outstanding Young Lawyer Award – voted on by the association’s members — based on his service to the legal profession and the community in McLennan County.

Beard Kultgen is dedicated to supporting the communities that it serves. Firm attorneys frequently volunteer in pro bono, charitable, civic, and educational initiatives. The Firm also is invested in the revitalization of downtown Waco with its newly renovated downtown office. In these and other ways, Beard Kultgen — which has assisted clients throughout Texas for more than 50 years – strives to better serve the community.