Kohn appointed chairman of JCC’s Arts & Culture Council
Thomas D. Kohn, Esq., a member of Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler LLC, has begun serving as chairman of the JCC of Greater Baltimore’s new Arts & Culture Council.
A JCC board and executive committee member, Kohn previously led an Arts and Culture Task Force comprising fellow board members, JCC staff, a consultant, local artists, community leaders and patrons of the arts to determine “what people wanted and what could be possible with respect to having the JCC serve as a springboard for music, dance, drama and other arts, all of which could be viewed through a Jewish prism.”
The Council’s goal is to create “an active and compelling array of Jewish arts and culture programs, events and activities to be offered to people of all ages at the JCC’s Owings Mills and Park Heights facilities, and beyond.”
Bringing over 25 years legal experience, Kohn focuses his practice on business and corporate law, civil and commercial litigation and franchise law. His clients range from small entrepreneurial businesses, including health care private practices, to large privately-held companies.
Kohn joined ARD&H after serving as a principal in Lenrow, Kohn & Oliver, P.C., the firm he co-founded in 1995. Throughout his career, he has earned numerous accolades including six-time selection as a Maryland “Super Lawyer” and four-time selection to “SmartCEO Maryland Legal Elite” and a 2012 “Super Lawyer – Business & Corporate Lawyer” selection.