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ALTERNATIVE HOUSE Richard Holtzheimer Jr., an attorney with Reed Smith in Falls Church, Va., has been elected to the board of directors of Alternative House. The youth shelter, which has locations throughout Northern Virginia, provides counseling and social services for runaway teens and their families.
BANKRUPTCY BAR ASSOCIATION FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND Alan Eisler, a member of Paley & Rothman’s bankruptcy and creditor’s rights practice group, was elected as an at-large member of the board of directors of the Bankruptcy Bar Association for the District of Maryland.
BAR ASSOCIATION OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY David Shapiro of Paley Rothman accepted a seat on the Montgomery County Business Law Section Advisory Council of the Bar Association of Montgomery County. Shapiro’s expertise includes business and commercial transactions; health law; and computer, Internet, and technology issues.
EVERETT C. PARKER AWARD Angela Campbell was awarded the Everett C. Parker Ethics in Telecommunications Award. The Office of Communication of the United Church of Christ Inc. and the Telecommunications Research and Action Center praised Campbell, a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center, for her “tireless efforts advocating for principles and values of the public interest in communications.” The award is given to those whose public interest work embodies principles that “advance social change and close social divides.”
PRESIDENTIAL TASK FORCE Nancy Appleby, a real estate attorney at Bracewell & Giuliani, was appointed to the American Bar Association Presidential Task Force on Hurricane Katrina by ABA President Michael Greco. Appleby is part of a nationally selected group serving as ABA real property, probate, and trust law section representatives. The task force will oversee a wide range of legal services for hurricane victims.
PUBLIC CITIZEN LITIGATION GROUP Gregory Beck, a University of Illinois College of Law graduate, will spend two years working full time for the Public Citizen Litigation Group under a Fellowship program organized by Equal Justice Works and sponsored locally by Friends & Family of Philip M. Stern and the Stern Family Fund. He will provide legal resources to citizens facing potential lawsuits under intellectual property law, libel law, and similar doctrines. — Nathan Carlile
Please send notices of D.C.-area honors or appointments to Nathan Carlile.

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