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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION STANDING COMMITTEE ON PRO BONO AND PUBLIC SERVICE Elizabeth McCallum, a partner in the D.C. office of Howrey, has been selected to receive one of the 2005 ABA Pro Bono Publico Awards. The award recognizes her commitment to providing volunteer legal services for the poor and disadvantaged.
MODERN HEALTHCARE Lynn Snyder, a partner in the health care and life sciences practice at Epstein Becker & Green, has been named to Modern Healthcare magazine’s inaugural list of the nation’s “Top 25 Women in Health Care.” Snyder, who is also the founder and president of Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation, is the only practicing attorney on the list. She was recognized for “her role in raising awareness of the need for more women members of boards of directors and her work to increase this ‘horizontal advancement’ of senior executive women,” as well as her experience in health law.
SMART WOMAN MAGAZINE Smart Woman Magazine has recognized Hodes, Ulman, Pessin & Katz as one of Maryland’s “Top 25 Places for Women to Work.” The firm was particularly acknowledged for its “Women Helping Women” programs designed to “go beyond networking to provide a strong support system for all the women involved.”
TRANSPORTATION LAWYERS ASSOCIATION Mark Andrews, partner-in-charge of the D.C. office of Strasburger & Price, has received the Transportation Lawyers Association Lifetime Achievement Award. The award, which recognizes long-term members who have displayed leadership and service in the organization and related activities, is the highest honor given by the TLA. Andrews, a member of the TLA since 1975, served on the TLA Executive Committee for 16 years and was the association’s president from 1992-1993. The TLA is an international bar association composed of attorneys who assist providers and users of logistics and transportation services.
U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN MARYLAND Paul Kemp, a partner in the litigation department in the Rockville, Md., office of Venable, has received the John Adams award from the U.S. District Court in Maryland for his work representing indigents as a member of the Criminal Justice Act panel. The Criminal Justice Act ensures that those who are charged with federal offenses and are unable to afford adequate representation are provided with counsel. The CJA panel contains approximately 80 private attorneys who represent the 25 percent of financially-eligible defendants who are not represented by the Federal Public Defender. — Hilary Lewis
Please send notices of D.C.-area honors or appointments to Bethany Broida at [email protected].

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