Williamsville, New York (May 7, 2012) - Attorney Scott A. Bylewski was personally invited to a lecture and reception at the new Federal Courthouse in Buffalo, on May 4, 2012. The lecture was part of the Hands Lecture Series presented by the Second Circuit Judicial Committee on History, Commemorative Events and Civic Education.
At the reception following the lecture, Second Circuit Judge Dennis Jacobs acknowledged the contributions of a select few Western District of New York attorneys; Scott Bylewski was one of those. Mr. Bylewski was presented with the "Trailblazer Award" for his work as teh Pilot Project Committee Memember for the Western District's very successful ADR Program.
About Scott A. Bylewski: Scott a. Bylewski received his BS, cum laude, and MBA from the University at Buffalo (UB). He went on to UB Law School where he received the 1998 New York State Bar Association Law Student Bar Association Achievement Award. He is admitted to practice law in New York and the District of Columbia and federal and bankruptcy courts in the Nothern, Eastern adn Western Districts of New York. Scott served as an elected representative of the Town of Clarence for 10-years, including 4-years as Town Supervisor. He is the Attorney Development Director for the Law Offices of William Mattar.
About William Mattar: William Mattar represents those hurt and injured in motor vehicle accidents across teh state of New York including the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica and Albany areas. The experienced attorneys at William Mattar Law Offices are ready to help those injured in a car accident. Our goal is to get clients the best possible results in the least amount of time. William Mattar is well known for the phrase "Hurt in a car, Call William Mattar", "Helping people, it's what we do", and our our easy-to-remember phone number 444-4444. To learn more about the firm visit www.williammattar.com