Hogan Lovells receives awards at Washington Lawyers’ Committee luncheon
Hogan Lovells received two Outstanding Achievement Awards at the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs’ (WLC) 45th Anniversary Wiley A Branton Awards Luncheon.
The first award recognised the firm’s work on a fair housing case on behalf of the Equal Rights Center alleging source of income discrimination in the District of Columbia. The Washington, DC-based team that worked on this matter included partner Steve Hollman and associates Jennifer Brechbill, Rebecca Mandel, Laura Schabinger and Tom Widor.
It was also recognised for its organising efforts encouraging the DC Department of Corrections to revise its new video visitation policy. The Washington, DC-based team that worked on this matter included partner Steve Hollman; associates Jennifer Brechbill, Sarah Cummings, Neal Desai, Mike Kass, Uta Rawson and Erica Knievel Songer; and legislative analyst Jack Jacobson.
The annual luncheon recognises law firms and volunteers for their exceptional pro bono work on WLC cases.
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