On Thursday, November 8, Paul Herrmann took part in the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) Capital Chapter’s 45th Anniversary Celebration at the SAX Restaurant and Lounge in Washington, DC.
ALA Capital Chapter Membership Coordinator & Event Planner Jessica Davis described the event as an opportunity to celebrate the chapter’s longstanding commitment to providing education, networking and resources to all legal professionals in the Washington, DC area. Attendees had the opportunity to network with some of the areas top legal and business professionals, sharing knowledge and building connections.
The ALA is a national leader in providing legal professionals with opportunities for growth and development through networking opportunities and the delivery of cutting-edge management and leadership products and services.
Paul is proud to work with organizations like the ALA’s Capital Chapter to build better opportunities for law firms across the country.
HerrmannLaw sponsored the Legal Marketing Association’s annual Baltimore Holiday Social, hosted on December 12 at the law offices of Gordon Feinblatt LLC. Paul Herrmann attended the event, where attendees networked and caught up with each other prior to the holidays.The Legal Marketing Association is an organization that provides networking opportunities for legal industry specialists from all size law firms. Consultants, vendors, lawyers, marketers, and students come together at various LMA-sponsored events to share their collective knowledge and benefit from career development programs and services.
On Wednesday, November 14, HerrmannLaw sponsored Dr. John Lefkowits’s presentation to the Baltimore County Bar Association’s Family Law Committee at Vito’s Ristorante in Cockeysville, Maryland.
Dr. Lefkowits is a renowned Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychologists with over twenty years of experience practicing as a licensed psychologist in Maryland. He has spent a significant portion of his career providing services for families involved in litigation requiring psychological consultation, such as custody, substance abuse, and adoption evaluations. He has also frequently provided expert testimony when necessary. At his presentation, Dr. Lefkowits discussed key aspects of custody and psychological and custody evaluations as well as how to look out for evaluators’ mistakes and how to tell when they have overstepped in their reports and opinions.
The Baltimore County Bar Association has served Baltimore County’s legal professionals for nearly a century, consistently leading in advancing excellence, ethical conduct and professionalism in all legal fields. The Bar Association works to improve the wellbeing of both legal professionals and Baltimore Couny’s citizens.
HerrmannLaw is proud to work with organizations like the Baltimore County Bar Association as part of its longstanding commitment to making Baltimore County a better place for all. Through partnership with HerrmannLaw, firms of all size can expect to better serve their clients while growing their own businesses to reach their goals.
On Friday, November 30, HerrmannLaw sponsored the Maryland Employment Lawyers Association’s (MELA) 14th annual Conference at the Crowne Plaza in Greenbelt, Maryland.
MELA’s annual conferences provide MELA members with the opportunity to network and discuss relevant issues in employment law. This year’s conference focused on forced arbitration and class/collective actions after epic systems, sexual harassment law in the “Me Too” era and best practices for settlement and severance agreements. Guest speakers included some of Maryland’s most prominent employment litigators and numerous County, State, and Federal District Court judges.
As the Maryland affiliate of the National Employment Lawyers Association, MELA is committed to bringing together Maryland’s employment lawyers for education, support and fellowship. MELA serves Maryland’s top legal professionals through seminars, social events and top-notch continuing legal education programs with the objective of making Maryland a better place for both employees and employment lawyers.
HerrmannLaw’s sponsorship of the conference serves as part of its commitment to improving Maryland’s legal system for client and attorney alike. Through partnership with HerrmannLaw, firms can both grow their businesses and improve the quality of their services.
On Monday, November 12, HerrmannLAW sponsored the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) Maryland Chapter’s 2018 symposium at the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Hyattsville, Maryland.
The symposium is held annually to bring AAML members together for a day of discussions, networking and collaboration. This year’s symposium covered vital contemporary topics in family law, specifically regarding implicit bias in the justice system and how it can affect family law clients and attorneys. Speakers included US Court of Appeals judge the Honorable Bernice B. Donald and faculty from some of the leading law universities in the country.
AAML has over 50 years of experience in providing leadership among family law practitioners to promote a high degree of professionalism and excellence. AAML Fellows are experts in every facet of family law, including divorce, annulment, prenuptial agreements, property and business valuations and child custody agreements.
HerrmannLAW’s work with AAML constitutes part of its commitment to serving the community and assisting its clients in getting the most out of all opportunities. With the help of Herrmann LAW, firms can expect to both grow their businesses and better serve clients.