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Howard Tarkow to be Honored with 2016 Sidney Barrows Lifetime Commitment Award by the Cardozo Society
January 20, 2016

Maslon is pleased to announce that partner Howard Tarkow will be honored with the 2016 Sidney Barrows Lifetime Commitment Award by the Twin Cities Cardozo Society. Created in memory of Sidney Barrows, one of the founding chairs of the Cardozo Society, the award is given annually to a senior attorney or judge in the Twin Cities who exemplifies excellence in his or her practice, community service in the Jewish and general community, and life-long learning. Maslon founder Marvin Borman was the first recipient of the Sidney Barrows Lifetime Commitment Award in 2000, and Maslon partner Bill Pentelovitch received the award in 2014.

The Twin Cities Cardozo Society is an affinity group for Jewish attorneys, judges, and law students, affiliated through the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul and the Minneapolis Jewish Federation. Its mission is to strengthen bonds among legal professionals through educational, social and philanthropic activities, and offer opportunities for communal involvement and leadership.








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