Murphy Anderson Named Judith M. Conti Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year
Murphy Anderson is proud to announce it has been named the Judith M. Conti Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year by the DC Employment Justice Center (EJC). The Firm will receive the award at an EJC annual fundraising breakfast on Thursday, September 15, 2011. The EJC is an organization dedicated to ensuring all workers receive fair treatment in the workplace.
Murphy Anderson attorneys Joni S. Jacobs, Michelle Woolley, Renee Gerni and Lorrie Bradley regularly volunteer at the weekly workers’ rights clinic held at Bread for the City, providing much needed legal advice to Washington’s low income workers. Mark Hanna is a previous recipient of the EJC’s lawyer of the year award and decade of service award. Murphy Anderson lawyers have partnered with the EJC in bringing high impact cases on behalf of workers who are victims of wage theft and sexual harassment. Murphy Anderson is honored to receive this award.