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ABA BOARD OF GOVERNORS The American Bar Association has nominated three D.C.-area lawyers for membership on its board of governors. Phillip Proger,a partner in the D.C. office of Jones Day, will represent the ABA Section of Antitrust Law; O’Kelly McWilliams,a partner in the Tysons Corner, Va., office of Pepper Hamilton, will hold the Young Lawyer Member-at-Large seat; and Pauline Schneider,a partner in the D.C. office of Hunton & Williams, will take the Minority Member-at-Large seat. The board oversees the administration and management of the ABA. Each nominee will serve a three-year term, beginning in August 2003. BAR ASSOCIATION OF D.C. The Bar Association of the District of Columbia has presented its Lawyer of the Year Award to D.C. solo practitioner Suzanne Richards.Also honored were Chief Judge Thomas Hogan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, as judicial honoree, and D.C. Councilman Adrian Fentyas Young Lawyer of the Year. The first Annice Wagner Pioneer Award was given to Kim Keenan Solomonof Jack Olender & Associates. LEGAL MARKETING ASSOCIATION The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Legal Marketing Association recently announced its new board of directors: Donna Corini,president; Felice Wagner,president-elect; Kim Perret,immediate past president; P. Jeanne Brown,secretary; Mary Stenmark,treasurer; Karen Creel,program chair; Jay McCrensky,technology officer; Nathan Darling,sponsorship chair; Rachael Loper,membership chair; Vivian Panou,public relations chair; Sabrina Smith,networking chairperson; Michael Campbell,Baltimore liaison; and Dana Fisher,Northern Virginia liaison. The LMA Mid-Atlantic Chapter provides networking and educational opportunities for legal professionals. ST. JOHN’S COMMUNITY SERVICE Karen Lovitch,an associate in the D.C. office of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, has received an Advocacy Award from St. John’s Community Services in recognition of her outstanding work on behalf of people with disabilities. St. John’s Community Services is a nonprofit organization that provides community-based services to people with mental retardation and developmental disabilities in four states and the District of Columbia. Lovitch works out of Mintz, Levin’s health care section. — Tiffany Hamilton Please send notices of honors or appointments to Eva Rodriguez at [email protected].

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