Schwabe Attorney Graduates From Leadership Clark County
Matt Bisturis, an associate in the Vancouver office of regional law firm Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, recently graduated from Leadership Clark County, a program designed to develop effective leaders to serve the local community.
"Leadership Clark County is a fantastic program that truly grooms our future leaders," said Mark Long, managing partner for Schwabe. "Matt is already very engaged in the Clark County community and I am excited to see him continue to grow."
Bisturis is an active member of the local community who spends much of his time volunteering and offering his time and expertise. He serves on the board of directors for the Parks Foundation of Vancouver and Clark County. He volunteers with the Washington Small Business Development Center through Washington State University Vancouver, which provides advice, training and research to entrepreneurs and existing businesses in southwest Washington. In addition, he teaches a class on the topics of business formations and choice of entity to students enrolled in WSU's Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Business Planning program. Bisturis has also volunteered for the YMCA Youth and Government Mock Trial.
Bisturis focuses his practice in the areas of business and real estate transactions, including choice of entity and entity formations, business planning, mergers and acquisitions, real estate acquisitions and dispositions, commercial leases, and general corporate and real estate matters. He works with public and private entities and individuals in all aspects of business and real estate transactions. Bisturis graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law with a juris doctor degree.
Leadership Clark County was founded in 1993 to provide an opportunity for citizens to gain community knowledge and leadership skills that will enable them to be more effective in their community involvement. Leadership Clark County graduates emerge with an in-depth knowledge of the local community and strong leadership skills.