WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 7) Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that it was the co-recipient of the D.C. Bar’s 2011 Frederick B. Abramson Award, which was presented at an awards dinner and annual meeting of the D.C. Bar. The firm was recognized for its partnership with the Education Initiative of the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program Community Economic Development (CED) Project.
Kilpatrick Townsend’s participation in the program included working with other entities to present webinars on risk management and insurance matters. Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys involved in the project include Barry Fleishman, Helen Michael, Erica Dominitz, Jeff Lenser, Carl Salisbury, David Cox, Jennifer Rasile Everitt, Virginia Duke, John Niles, and Eric Gold.
About the CED Project’s Education Initiative
The CED Project’s Education Initiative is a unique program that connects lawyers with the District’s small business and nonprofit organizations. The initiative builds core competencies within this client base and helps those entities identify actual and potential legal issues that could be addressed with the CED Project’s assistance. The project is on target to train 1,000 staff members at community nonprofits this fiscal year.
About Kilpatrick Townsend
Kilpatrick Townsend has nearly 650 attorneys in 18 offices extending into the four corners of the continental United States; Asia; and Europe, including: Atlanta, GA; Augusta, GA; Charlotte, NC; Denver, CO; New York, NY; Oakland, CA; Palo Alto, CA; Raleigh, NC; San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; Walnut Creek, CA; Washington, DC; Winston-Salem, NC; Dubai; Stockholm; Taipei, and Tokyo. For more information, please visit: www.kilpatricktownsend.com.
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