BGL proudly sponsored Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service’s 2024 Taste for Pro Bono.

On Tuesday, April 16, Brown, Goldstein & Levy attorneys Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum and Anthony May attended Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service’s (MVLS) 2024 A Taste for Pro Bono event. BGL proudly sponsored the event, which was held at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.

The annual spring fundraiser is MVLS’s largest gathering of pro bono lawyers and supporters to provide MVLS the opportunity to raise the resources necessary to provide free civil legal help to vulnerable Marylanders.

As longtime supporters of MVLS and its mission to ensure access to high-quality legal representation to low-income Maryland residents, BGL works closely with MVLS, with attorneys like Anthony May serving on the MVLS Board of Directors and the Leadership Committee for MVLS Community Advocacy Network (MVLS CAN), alongside Chelsea Crawford, who has previously served as the chair of MVLS CAN. MVLS CAN was created in 2018 to provide newly-barred attorneys, law students and tax professionals in the first 10 years of their career an inspiring space to gain more insight on the benefits of pro bono work and how it contributes to creating a more equitable and accessible legal system. BGL attorney Monica Basche also volunteers with MVLS at the Consumer Protection Project clinic that helps individuals defend, settle, and negotiate common types of debt collection cases in Baltimore City District Court. BGL Attorney Dana McKee, who previously served on MVLS’s Board of Directors, is also a member of MVLS’s fundraising committee and played an integral role in the evening’s success.

Every year, the attorneys at BGL dedicate hundreds of hours to pro bono services, providing top quality legal representation at no cost, as part of our firm’s commitment to the pursuit of social justice and equity and bridging the gap between those who can afford legal services and those who cannot. Read more about our longstanding commitment to providing pro bono services to communities throughout Maryland here.


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. Clients and colleagues alike recognize Sharon as a trusted advisor willing to share her extensive experience, knowledge of the law, passion, and sense of justice openly and freely. She strives to develop deep client-lawyer relationships that emphasize the unique voice and needs of each one of her clients. Learn more about Sharon here.


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. Learn more about Anthony here.


Founded in 1982, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a law firm based in Baltimore, Maryland, with an office in Washington, DC. The firm is nationally recognized in a wide variety of practice areas, including complex civil and commercial litigation, civil rights, health care, family law, and criminal defense.  Above all else, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a client-centered law firm and has decades of experience bringing passionate, effective advocacy to your fight for justice.


Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS) is a nonprofit that mobilizes volunteers to provide free civil legal help. The organization serves thousands of people each year who otherwise would be unable to afford representation, focusing on six issues that have a significant impact on peoples’ everyday lives – family law, housing, finance, tax, criminal record relief and estate planning and administration. Through outreach and education, MVLS brings legal services to people who need it most. Through advocacy, MVLS fights for racial and economic justice. To learn more, visit