Wellington resident Adam Rabin was honored recently by the Palm Beach County Bar Association with the 17th annual Sidney A. Stubbs Professionalism Award.
The award is given to a member whose conduct embodies professionalism and is presented each year during the association’s annual Bench Bar Conference held for nearly 1,000 local attorneys, judges and paralegals at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
Rabin, a partner with the West Palm Beach law firm of McCabe Rabin, is a past president of the Bar Association. He has also chaired the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Judicial Relations Committee, Committee for Diversity and Inclusion, Bench Bar Conference and the Inaugural Diversity Summit.
“Rabin was instrumental in the creation of the South Florida Joint Civility Project,” said Theo Kypreos, president of the Palm Beach County Bar Association.
This campaign led to the signing of a joint resolution among 42 voluntary bar associations promoting lawyer civility.
The Palm Beach County Bar Association has 3,200 local members. For more information, visit www.palmbeachbar.org.
ABOVE: (L-R) Chief Judge Jeffrey Colbath, Palm Beach County Bar Association Professionalism co-chair; honoree Adam Rabin; Joanne O’Connor, Professionalism co-chair; and Theo Kypreos, Palm Beach County Bar Association president.