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Bill Goldberg Named to Diversity Committee

Bill Goldberg has been named to the Diversity Committee of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, which encourages racial and cultural diversity in the hiring, retention and promotion of attorneys and in the elevation of attorneys to leadership positions within the Montgomery County legal community. His interest in the Diversity Committee stemmed from his oversight of Lerch Early's participation in the Summer Scholars Pipeline Program.

The Summer Scholars Pipeline Program is a concerted effort by Montgomery County’s legal community to ensure the hiring and subsequent success of diverse attorneys in the county. The program partners the specialty bar associations with regional law schools to identify second year law students to compete for summer intern positions within selected Montgomery County law firms. The selected students are hired for summer internships, thereby creating a pipeline of diverse, talented lawyers who the legal community hopes will join the ranks of Montgomery County practitioners upon completion of law school.

Bill Goldberg is a litigation attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland who advocates for companies and individuals facing a variety of complex commercial disputes including breach of fiduciary duty claims, contractual disputes, business torts, trade secrets and partnership dissolutions.



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