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Yeluri honored by her law school as a “Champion of Justice”

Swapna Yeluri, HPRP’s director of pro bono programs, was one of three “outstanding legal luminaries” honored by the Roger Williams University School of Law as a Champion of Justice. Swapna, a 2007 RWU Law graduate, was recognized for her “impact … Continue reading

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Fasanelli receives Cardin Award from MLSC

HPRP executive director Antonia Fasanelli (left, with Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera) was awarded the Benjamin L. Cardin Distinguished Service Award by the Maryland Legal Services Corp. earlier this week. The Cardin Award is given annually to … Continue reading

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HPRP honors our volunteers

HPRP honored its top six volunteers at a reception earlier this week at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Two outstanding attorneys, an outstanding law firm and an outstanding company, and two outstanding volunteer law students were presented original … Continue reading

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Top HPRP volunteers recognized

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 … Continue reading

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Fasanelli to be honored by Maryland Bar Foundation

Congratulations to HPRP executive director Antonia Fasanelli for winning this year’s Maryland Bar Foundation Legal Excellence Award for Advancement of the Rights of the Disadvantaged! Antonia and the other recipients will be honored at the 22nd Annual Professional Legal Excellence … Continue reading

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