The San Antonio Bar Foundation (SABF) recently announced its 2020 class of 25 newly-elected members to the San Antonio Bar Foundation Fellows Program, which included Langley & Banack attorneys Ian McLin and Patrick Rouse.
The Foundation’s Fellows Nomination Committee annually selects one-third of one percent of San Antonio Bar Association (SABA) members to become Fellows of the Foundation. Together, these elected members make a difference in expanding civics education, filling the gap for access to justice, and supporting the pipeline of future leaders in the San Antonio legal family. Fellows of the SABF are selected for their professional achievements and their commitment to the legal community.
Both McLin and Rouse are Shareholders at Langley & Banack. McLin’s practice focuses primarily on construction, surety, insurance and commercial litigation, while Rouse’s practice centers on real estate and corporate law.
The Fellows Program, established in 1985, is made up of more than 700 Fellows, consisting of three levels of membership: Fellows, Life Fellows and Sustaining Life Fellows. For more information on the Fellows Program, the SABF or the SABA, visit www.sabar.org.