Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, managing partner of Brown, Goldstein & Levy, attended a September 15 event in celebration of the retirement of Herb Hoelter, the co-founder, CEO and director of the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives. A leading expert in developing sustainable alternatives to incarceration, Hoelter founded the NCIA in 1977 alongside Dr. Jerome G. Miller. Hoelter is a pioneer of federal sentence mitigation, as recognized by the Boston Globe, and is well-known for assisting individuals with “the transition from freedom to incarceration.” Learn more about the NCIA and their programs here.
The NCIA and BGL share a similar goal: to bring about a more just world, one client at a time, through high-quality service that does not sacrifice commitment to community and social responsibility. We congratulate Herb on his retirement after decades of service to civil rights across the country and wish him the best in the years to come.
Learn more about Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum
Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum is a trusted advisor to colleagues and clients alike. She takes great pride in her role as managing partner of Brown, Goldstein & Levy while continuing her active practice on behalf of a varied client base. She remains a passionate and forceful advocate for individuals with disabilities and their families who confront barriers in education, high-stakes testing, employment, housing, and accessing state and federal services and supports. In partnership with others at BGL, Sharon works to provide her clients with the legal talents that will best serve their needs, whether through advocacy, education, litigation, or negotiation. Sharon looks forward to continuing to share her extensive experience, passion, and sense of justice with her clients and welcomes others to consider her as their legal advisor.