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Making Access to Justice a Reality for All

Maryland Legal Aid's Profile PhotoThe Daily Record recently featured a Letter to the Editor describing Maryland Legal Aid’s Community Lawyering Project as a response to last year’s unrest in Baltimore and announcing the start of the Equal Justice Council’s 2016 Law Firm Campaign. Making access to justice a reality for all was written by Kramon & Graham principal Lee Ogburn and his EJC co-chair, Marty Himeles.

Kramon & Graham has a long and proud tradition of giving to causes and organizations in the communities in which we live and work. Our lawyers serve as board members, officers, and volunteers to a broad range of charitable, educational, artistic, human- and legal-services organizations. For decades, the firm and its attorneys have contributed innumerable hours and substantial resources to Maryland Legal Aid’s Equal Justice Council. We look forward to supporting EJC this year through the 2016 Law Firm Campaign.