Brown, Goldstein & Levy managing partner Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum was recently invited to join Maryland’s first women’s law club, The Riveters, as an inaugural member. All invitees of the prestigious Riveters Law Club are members of the Maryland Bar who are in good standing and either have ten years of experience or have made significant contributions to the Bar or the Bench
The Riveters Law Club is an informal law club aimed to help women in law advance through networking and speaking engagements. It is the first law club in Maryland that is both formed by and focused on women attorneys.
Retired Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera, the first female Chief Judge of the Appellate Court of Maryland (formerly known as the Maryland Court of Appeals), and M. Natalie McSherry, a nationally recognized trial lawyer with more than 40 years of legal experience, were speakers at the club’s first gathering.
The room was filled with exciting conversation and a true desire to celebrate and enjoy the women in the room.
Sharon 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.
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