Awards & Recognition for Maryland Employment Lawyer

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Well, its been a very busy few months, but one of the recent highlights was the 20th Anniversary Gala for the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, where Andrew Dansicker was honored with a Certificate of Congressional Recognition from Congressman Steny Hoyer and an award from Chief Judge Robert Bell for commitment to pro bono services during the past several years. During that time, our office has represented several indigent clients without charge, and we have volunteered hundreds of hours towards providing free employment law advice to persons who could not afford attorneys.

The recognition reads as follows: “As an employment law attorney representing both employees and employers in all facets of employment law in Maryland, Andrew Dansicker has volunteered over one hundred hours on the Women’s Law Center Employment Law Hotline during the past three years. Dansicker, a regular volunteer at the Baltimore City and Baltimore County Bar Associations’ Lawyer Referral Services, has also handled numerous pro bono cases for the ACLU of Maryland, including cases involving public drug testing of high school students in their school cafeteria on the Eastern Shore, use of marijuana for medical purposes by a dairy farmer with AIDS in Southern Maryland, civil forfeiture, First Amendment issues and blind voter access issues.” We will continue to provide pro bono services where possible, even as we expand our employment law practice!

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