The Governor of Ohio issued a Stay at Home Order effective 11:59 p.m. on March 23, 2020, until 11:59 p.m. on April 6, 2020. As a professional services firm, Manley Burke, LPA and our Fraternal Law Partners division is considered an essential business. Accordingly, we are exempt from the order.
In the interest of the safety of our clients, team members and vendors, we closed our office to the public on March 16, 2020 while our attorneys and other professionals work remotely. While our firm is technically exempt from the Governor’s order, we will maintain our remote work protocols during this period. With a week of practice at working remotely, our team is prepared to work remotely to fulfill all of our clients’ needs, providing the same high quality legal representation our clients deserve and expect.
We understand that many individuals and organizations are facing unique and unprecedented issues. We are here to do what we can to ease the stress and anxiety that many of you are experiencing in confronting present and future concerns.
Cincinnati, OH, February 12th, 2020 — Last September, Manley Burke provided a blank canvas to display a new mural for YWCA. The vibrant artwork celebrated YWCA’s 150th anniversary. Manley Burke is ecstatic to have been apart of this process and to join the library of other ArtWorks Cincinnati murals located in downtown Cincinnati. The mural, located on the west side of the building, looks over the parking lot.
“This mural was in celebration of their 150th anniversary, YWCA Greater Cincinnati partnered with ArtWorks to create a large-scale mural honoring this major milestone. Lead Teaching Artist Rebecca Nava, Teaching Artists Mark Hanavan and Prince Lang, led a team of 12 Youth Apprentices to paint this inspiring mural. Designed by Chicago-based artist and designer Molly Costello, this mural celebrates the YWCA’s mission and legacy to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Characters are portrayed working together to pursue a more equitable and just world for the beneﬁt and inclusion of all people. The design nods to the work of women and minority leaders throughout history, and seeks to inspire and empower viewers of all ages, ethnicities, and gender identities, today.”
For additional information regarding this mural please visit ArtWorks Cincinnati.