Riverside, CA, March 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Riverside corporate, business and real estate attorney Elio Palacios, Jr., announced today that he has been appointed to the Riverside Metropolitan Museum Board. The Riverside City Council, at its January 19, 2010, meeting, approved the recommendation of the Mayor’s Nominating and Screening Committee and appointed Palacios to the Museum Board. Palacios took the oath of office at the March 2, 2010, City Council meeting and will serve for a term of four years.
“I look forward to serving our community as a member of the Museum Board and am honored by the City Council’s and Mayor’s support of my appointment,” Palacios said.
The Riverside Metropolitan Museum opened in the basement of old City Hall in 1924 when the widow of magnate Cornelius Earle Rumsey donated her late husband’s collection of Native American artifacts to the City of Riverside. Today, the Riverside Metropolitan Museum is a center for learning and continues to collect, exhibit, and interpret cultural and natural history to provide a greater appreciation of the region’s legacy.
Elio Palacios, Jr., earned his Juris Doctor degree at the University of California, Davis, School of Law, and his Bachelor of Science degree at Loma Linda University, California. His areas of practice include corporate law, business and commercial transactions, intellectual property portfolio management, business finance, private offerings, commercial real estate and labor and employment (for employers). Law Office of Elio Palacios, Jr., is centrally located for all of Southern California in Riverside, California. More information can be found at www.PalaciosBusinessLaw.com.