BGL attorneys attend benefit for Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, helping provide justice for all.

At "Taste for Pro Bono", left to right: Anthony May, Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, Lauren DiMartinoSeveral Brown, Goldstein & Levy attorneys attended a benefit event for the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service on April 27, 2022: Managing Partner Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, partner Dana McKee, and associates Anthony May and Lauren DiMartino. The event, titled A Taste for Pro Bono,” was held at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. It brought together more than 300 members of the Maryland legal and business community for networking opportunities and a chance to contribute to the MVLS mission of removing barriers to justice for all throughout the state. BGL was a sponsor for this year’s benefit.

The attorneys at BGL have a longstanding commitment to providing pro bono services to communities throughout Maryland. We devote hundreds of hours per year to high-quality legal representation at no cost. As a firm committed to the pursuit of social justice and equity, maintaining a robust pro bono practice is one way that we are closing the gap between those who can afford a lawyer and those who cannot. Our pro bono practice is diverse and represents the unique interests and skills of our attorneys and staff. We have worked with MVLS to assist individuals in need of legal representation as well as having our attorneys participate as members of the MVLS Board of Directors and on various committees.


Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum 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.


Dana McKee is one of Maryland’s foremost family law attorneys and a partner of Brown, Goldstein & Levy. She chairs the firm’s family law practice and has extensive experience representing clients with high net worth who are experiencing complex family law cases, including divorce, custody, and related financial issues.


Anthony J. May has represented clients in a variety of complex litigation matters including assisting employees with disabilities in obtaining accessible technology and accommodations in the workplace, representing individuals who have been wrongfully convicted, commercial litigation disputes, and fighting workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation.


Lauren DiMartino joined Brown Goldstein & Levy to represent clients across various areas of civil rights law, including fair housing, education and disability rights, police misconduct, and workplace discrimination. Her practice also includes appeals, commercial litigation, and criminal defense.