Attorney Scott Talkov Appointed to County Bar Leadership Position

July 30, 2010

ScottTalkov.jpgReid & Hellyer Attorney Scott Talkov was noted in the Press-Enterprise in July 2010 when he was elected to the governing board of the Riverside County Barristers Association, the association of young attorneys.

A group within the Riverside County Bar Association, Scott is set to play a leading role in making the group more civically active and community-oriented.

"Being involved in my community has always been a priority for me," Talkov said. "Since my undergraduate career as a Senator with Associated Students of the University of California, Riverside and my later senior research essay on civic engagement, I've learned the value of making my community a better place."

Talkov, who workingmasthead.jpgpractices business and real estate litigation, was active with the Barristers while serving as a Law Clerk at Reid & Hellyer in 2008, before returning as an attorney in 2009. He was elected member-at-large for the 2010-2011 term and will assist in organizing social and educational events.

The Barristers Association provides members opportunities to interact and network with their rcba-emblem.jpgcolleagues in the legal field with the purpose of providing camaraderie among young and newly admitted lawyers in Riverside County.

In 2009, Scott graduated cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, where he sat on the Board of Editors for the Washington University Law Review.

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