We care about Southwest Michigan. It's where we live and work.

Making our communities safer, healthier and happier places is important to everyone in our firm. This is our home, too. We volunteer professionally and personally to support the many good things taking place in our area. In this section, we will keep you updated on our staff, new practice areas and services, our community involvements and the issues that impact your safety and health. Please check here for the latest news.

Conybeare Law Office staff came together to nominate receptionist Peggy Radom for the Deck Your Desk contest hosted by 98.3 The Coast and sponsored by Bread+Bar and Bit of Swiss. 

Fighting for the underdog
By John Matuszak - HP Staff Writer

You’d think that a young attorney who had landed a position with one of the largest law firms in the world, representing powerful corporate clients in Chicago, really had it made.

This week marks the end of Barry Conybeare’s term as Berrien County Bar Association President. Last month he was proud to present the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award with The Honorable Al Butzbaugh to The Honorable John E. Dewane. Judge Dewane’s family accepted the award on his behalf at the BCBA’s Annual Dinner Meeting.

Keeping Injury Law Practice and Family in Perfect Balance
by Mike Bailey

"ST. JOSEPH — Finding that delicate balance between a professionally satisfying and successful career and a fulfilling family life requires thoughtful decisions and a commitment to both."

Conybeare Law Office Attorney Sasha Boersma has returned to what she refers to as “mock trial land,” but this time as a volunteer judge. Anticipating a career as a litigation attorney, she competed on Western Michigan University’s Mock Trial Team and Valparaiso University School of Law’s Trial Advocacy Team while attending school.

In the past, we have posted information about teen driving safety, and more recently about teens and winter driving. Teaching teens safe driving practices is important. The Michigan Graduated Driver Licensing program for new drivers is an essential part of preparing teens for the road. The program works best when parents and teens are aware of, and abide by, the restrictions imposed on Level 1 and Level 2 drivers.