Philadelphia Fatherhood Festival Features Attorney Kallow who says Fathers Key to Stopping Youth Violence

Jun 06, 2008, 01:00 ET from Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd.

    CHICAGO, June 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2008 Philadelphia Fatherhood
 Festival will feature leading attorney and top litigator Arthur Kallow from
 the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd., as their keynote speaker.
 Attorney Kallow will lecture at the festival on Saturday, June 7, at 8:30am
 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
     Art Kallow will speak of the current state of the law and problems that
 fathers encounter in the legal system. Kallow will discuss fathers as an
 untapped resource in combating youth violence. "According to the U.S.
 Bureau of Justice Statistics, 96% of inmates grew up fatherless, out of a
 sample of 13,986," said Kallow. The most reliable predictor of crime in
 America is clearly father absence. Art Kallow is a key contributor to
     Art has been appointed by judges to represent children in contested
 visitation and custody cases. He has represented hundreds of clients
 throughout the decades in a variety of cases including, contested custody
 and complex visitation cases. He has been practicing in the family law area
 for more than 25 years since returning to Chicago from Washington, D.C.,
 where he was resident counsel for a major corporation. Before joining the
 Leving firm, he was a partner in a litigation firm that concentrated in the
 area of family law and served as a hearing officer for the City of Chicago.
 In 2005 and 2006, Art was selected by his peers in the legal community as a
 "Super Lawyer" after an extensive nomination and polling process conducted
 by Law & Politics. Considered the best in their profession, "Super Lawyers"
 represent the top practicing attorneys.
     For more information on this event and Art Kallow's work to end youth
 violence, call Jennifer Whiteside @ 312-296-3666.

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