Brian Goodman Recognized in 40 Under 40 Class of 2023

Boardman Clark congratulates Attorney Brian Goodman on being chosen as a member of the In Business 40 Under 40 class of 2023.

In Business chooses 40 individuals each year that they find to be “some of the most successful and civic-minded young professionals under the age of 40 in the Greater Madison area.” With 140 applicants this year, Brian was selected based on his leadership and commitment to the community.

At Boardman Clark, Brian is a School Law and Labor and Employment attorney, with experience in guiding public and private sector employers through a variety of challenging legal situations including: employee separations, employee leaves of absences and accommodations, and discrimination and respectful workplace issues. Prior to attending law school, he was a music teacher in Illinois and received his Master’s Degree in Educational Administration.

We are proud of the work Brian does for his clients and the community; he’s dedicated to his clients and goes above and beyond to find effective solutions to their legal issues and needs. The firm congratulates him on this achievement of 40 Under 40.

Read more about the 40 Under 40 class of 2023 and Brian in the March 2023 issue of In Business Magazine here.

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