SquareTwo Financial Attorneys Admitted to U.S. Supreme Court Bar
SquareTwo Financial, an asset recovery and management provider, honored ten of its attorneys following their swearing in last week as members of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Chief Justice John Roberts on April 25 granted the motion in open court to admit the ten attorneys from SquareTwo Financial and its Partner Network to the U.S. Supreme Court Bar in Washington, D.C. The honored attorneys included:
“Admission to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States is a prestigious distinction awarded only to attorneys exhibiting the highest moral, ethical and professional standards in their work,” said Paul A. Larkins, president and CEO of SquareTwo Financial, who, along with six other members of the company’s management team, attended the swearing-in activities. “This group represents almost 80 years of partnership with SquareTwo Financial, and they exemplify excellence in debt management and recovery. Their steadfast commitment to supporting our organization is unmatched, and their continued focus on driving ethical, consistent performance is unparalleled.”
The SquareTwo Financial attorney group participated in two days of celebratory activities including a breakfast at the U.S. Supreme Court building, the swearing-in proceedings in open court, a reception and photos, and an exclusive lecture inside of the Supreme Court for new members of the bar. Each candidate was invited to bring his or her family or a guest and was allowed to have one guest in the courtroom to witness the swearing-in proceedings.
“It is truly an honor to be admitted to the Bar of the highest court in the land along with my esteemed fellow attorneys,” said Kathryn Neuheisel, SquareTwo Financial partner. “I consider the swearing-in ceremony among the highlights of my legal career.”