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Weil Lawyers Named to 2023 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll

The District of Columbia Courts, along with the D.C. Access to Justice Commission and the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center, have named 45 Weil attorneys to the 2023 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll, recognizing their significant contribution of pro bono legal services.

The D.C. Courts have honored members of the D.C. Bar who contribute 50 or more hours of pro bono legal services per year since 2011. Seventeen Weil attorneys also earned a “High Honors” designation (*), noting their completion of 100 or more pro bono hours in 2023.

The Weil attorneys recognized include: Daniel A. Baquet, Devon Bodoh, Nathan Bunch, Christina Carone, Claire Chapla,* Corey Chivers, Joon Cho, Annemargaret Connolly,* Shawn Cooley, Anne Corbett,* Nathan Cunningham, Emma T. D'Arpino, Kaitlin Descovich, Howard Dicker, Alfonso Dulcey,* Joseph T. Ehrenkrantz, Caroline E. Elvig,* Greg Featherman, Kerri Gallagher,* Nya J. Gavin, Richard Ginsburg,* Geneva Torsilieri Hardesty, Sydney E. Hargrove,* Adé K. Heyliger, P.J. Himelfarb, Sydnei Jones,* Jason Kleinwaks,* Sebastian Laguna, Savannah L. Logan,* Matthew D. Morton, John O'Loughlin, Joseph M. Pari, Mark Andrew Perry, Tyler J. Phelps,* Sherry Safavi,* Kristin Sanford, Arianna Scavetti, Grant Solomon, Megha Sorot,* Luke Sullivan,* Zack Tripp,* Drew S. Tulumello, Crystal Weeks,* Timothy C. Welch and Joshua Wesneski.*

For more information about the 2023 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll, please visit District of Columbia Courts.