Nine Hogan Lovells Lawyers Recognized as Pro Bono Champions by American Health Lawyers Association
27 June 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. 27 JUNE 2013 – Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that nine lawyers have been named Pro Bono Champions by the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA). These lawyers were selected for the pro bono services they rendered in the health law field during 2012.
AHLA recognized the following individuals from Hogan Lovells:
- Stuart M. Altman (partner, Washington, D.C.)
- Brooke Bumpers (counsel, Washington, D.C.)
- Margia K. Corner (associate, Washington, D.C.)
- Steven B. Datlof (partner, Philadelphia)
- Elizabeth Halpern (partner, Washington, D.C.)
- Robert F. Leibenluft (partner, Washington, D.C.)
- Meredith Manning (partner, Washington, D.C.)
- Lindsey Murtagh (associate, Washington, D.C.)
- Emily Stopa (associate, Washington, D.C.)
“Recognitions such as these show that we are at the forefront of the global movement to advance social justice,” said partner T. Clark Weymouth, who has principal responsibility for coordinating Hogan Lovells' U.S. pro bono activities. “We are extremely proud that our lawyers are committed to providing high-quality legal services to those most in need.”
The AHLA is an educational organization comprising more than 10,000 members that serves as a public resource on legal healthcare issues. The annual Pro Bono Champion Awards recognize AHLA member lawyers who have provided significant pro bono legal services in the healthcare/health law field, helping to increase the availability and quality of healthcare or otherwise provide needed access to the legal system for those in need. These awardees represent excellence in fulfillment of the volunteer tradition of the legal profession. View the complete list of 2012 Pro Bono Champions.