Bradley Fowler. Courtesy Mika Meyers
A group of attorneys in the first 10 years of their careers have been honored by the local bar association for their “outstanding” accomplishments in the legal profession.
The Grand Rapids Bar Association presented its “3-in-10” awards last month at its annual meeting at L3vel in The B.O.B. in downtown Grand Rapids.
Three attorneys won the award: Peter Kulas-Dominguez of Warner Norcross + Judd; Bradley Fowler of Mika Meyers; and Kara Rozin of Clark Hill.
Kulas-Dominguez practices family law litigation, with a focus on divorce and non-marital domestic relationships.
He has dealt with legal issues such as LGBT family complications, domestic relations mediation and collaborative law, spousal support, child custody and support, complex business valuations and pre-and post-nuptial agreements.
Kulas-Dominguez is chair of the alternative family committee and publications committee of the State Bar of Michigan, an elected member of the family law section and LGBTQA law section of the State Bar of Michigan and chair of the member and social committee of the Grand Rapids Bar Association.
He graduated from Arizona State University with a B.A. and earned his J.D. at Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Fowler is an associate who practices local government law and civil ligation.
His practice includes negotiating governmental agreements, advising on constitutional and regulatory issues and litigating cases in state and federal courts.
He represents municipalities, businesses and individuals in a broad range of transactional and litigation matters. He has experience in zoning and land-use matters, including municipal regulation of vacation rentals and cell towers.
Fowler is a board trustee for the Grand Rapids Bar Association, board member for Catholic Charities of West Michigan and on the executive board of the West Michigan chapter of the Federalist Society.
He graduated from Michigan State University with his B.A. and earned a J.D. from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
Rozin specializes in state and federal education law and ligation issues.
Rozin has represented public school districts and employers in claims relating to allegations of employment discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, violation of constitutional or civil rights, sexual harassment, intentional torts and other related matters.
She is a member of the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan.
She earned her B.A. in political science from Purdue University and her J.D. from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School.