Attorney Alan H. Bowie, Jr. has begun his tenure as President of the George W. Crawford Black Bar Association (“Crawford”). Attorney Bowie is one of the youngest-ever presidents of the Association.
Attorney Bowie has been an active member of the Association for four years and has previously served as Vice President and President Elect. Bowie said that Crawford is an “important extension to his bar service” and looks forward to the Association collaborating with Carmody.
“This is an outstanding achievement and well-deserved,” said Rick Street, Carmody’s Managing Partner, “and it speaks to the tremendous commitment that Alan has to the Greater New Haven Community and the respect he has earned from his peers and fellow attorneys.”
Giovanna Weller, co-practice group leader of the firm’s litigation group stated, “Alan has an unwavering passion that enhances his work as an attorney at the firm and his work within the community. In addition, Alan has a unique and acute business acumen that is a real asset to our firm. We are delighted for Alan and to have Alan as our colleague at Carmody.”
Attorney Bowie is an associate in Carmody’s Business Services and Litigation Groups and practices primarily in the area of Labor and Employment. Alan counsels and advises employers on compliance with the state and federal labor and employment laws. In addition, he defends employers in litigation matters before administrative agencies and federal and state courts.
Attorney Bowie was born and raised in New Haven and is an active member of the New Haven community, including board memberships and frequent participation on panels at local high schools.
Click here to read Bowie’s interview with the Connecticut Law Tribune.