Barley Snyder issued the following announcement on July 18.
Barley Snyder associate Brian A. Korman has been named to the board of directors of Bench Mark Program, a Lancaster-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping at-risk youth.
Korman, of Lancaster, joined the firm full-time in 2016 and is a member of the firm’s Business and Real Estate practice groups. In addition to his new position at Bench Mark, he also a member of the board of directors at the Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster.
Bench Mark Program allows mentors to use exercise, academic support and career counseling to reach at-risk youth in the Lancaster area and propel them to success. Franklin & Marshall College graduate Will Kiefer, who asked Korman to join the board, started the program in 2014.
“Bench Mark takes a new, innovative approach to building the community,” Korman said. “I have a real passion for organizations dedicated to serving Lancaster’s youth. Bench Mark’s mission, recent traction and growth, along with Will’s passion and energy, made me want to get involved. It’s an excellent fit and I’m excited to help advance the mission and expand the organization’s reach and impact.”
Korman is a former summer associate at Barley Snyder. In 2017, his “Game of Thrones”-themed paper on the corporate world of mergers and acquisitions appeared in the Journal of Business & Technology Law through the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
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