Lerch Early Receives Homeless Persons Representation Project's "Outstanding Law Firm" Award
Lerch Early recently received the Homeless Persons Representation Project's (HPRP) "Outstanding Law Firm" Award. The award is presented to a law firm that has supported and promoted HPRP's pro bono opportunities. Since January 2014, the firm has staffed and provided legal advice for the homeless at Shepherd’s Table in Silver Spring, Maryland. Attorneys who have given of their time and services include Robby Brewer, Liz Geare, Mike Goecke, Bob Harris, Ann Marie Mehlert, and Chris Ruhlen. Mike Goecke assisted in the fundraising efforts as a member of the campaign committee for HPRP's Sixth Annual Campaign to End Homelessness.
HPRP is a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services, including advice, counsel, education, representation and advocacy, for low-income persons who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. For more, visit http://www.hprplaw.org/.