HPRP recognized its top volunteers at a reception Tuesday night at the University of Baltimore School of Law. More than 330 volunteer lawyers, paralegals, law students and others participated in HPRP’s pro bono program in fiscal 2014, donating over 515 hours of service to HPRP’s clients (including 469 hours, valued at $140,985, donated by attorneys).
Five outstanding volunteers were presented artwork created by former and current homeless residents of the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore. From left: An untitled piece by James Stewart was presented to Michael Morin of Morin Law LLC; Out of My Skin by Raymond Charles Wuestner was presented to Michael Siri of Bowie & Jensen; Conservatory by Paul Bashore was presented to Jennifer Larrabee of the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland; Bird of Flight by Raymond Charles Wuestner III was presented to Robert Brewer (accepting for Lerch Early & Brewer, Chartered); and Tranquil Creativity by Kevin Higgins was presented to Robert Goodis, a third-year student at the Washington College of Law, American University. Photo credit: Michelle D. Siri.