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Lerch Early Attorneys Receive Recognition At BAMC Annual Law Day Celebration

Today, the Bar Association of Montgomery County announced litigator Lauri Cleary as its president-elect. Lauri will serve as president-elect during the coming bar year and then as president in 2016-17. For more, see http://www.lerchearly.com/news_events/1199-lauri-cleary-elected-president-elect-bamc. In addition, several Lerch Early attorneys received award recognition during the 121st Annual Meeting & Law Day Celebration.

Those who received awards during the luncheon included:

Mike Goecke, who received the President's Citation for Outstanding Pro Bono Service. Mike is chair of the Montgomery County Bar Foundation's Pro Bono Program and serves on the Court of Appeals' State Standing Committee on Pro Bono. For more, see http://www.lerchearly.com/news_events/1196-mike-goecke-receives-bamc-presidents-citation-outstanding-pro-bono-service.

Chris Roberts, who was named Section Chair of the Year for his work as chair of the Family Law Section. Chris has held this position since 2014. The Family Law Section holds monthly information programs, regular CLE programs and updates with family law magistrates and judges, and social activities. For more, see http://www.lerchearly.com/news_events/1198-chris-roberts-named-bamc-section-chair-year.

The firm congratulates each of these attorneys for his or her exceptional service and contributions to the BAMC.

The BAMC provides networking, education and input into decisions regarding legislation, administration of justice and community endeavors.

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