Attorney Briefs: Sarah Lamar

January 5, 2010

On the Move: DC Bar – Published January 2010

Sarah H. Lamar, a partner at HunterMaclean in Savannah, Georgia, was elected chair of ALFA International.

Robb A. Longman, a senior associate at Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, has been selected by the Maryland State Bar Association’s Tax Section to expand the section’s award-winning pro bono program nationally with the American Bar Association.

Deborah Luxenberg of Luxenberg, Johnson, & Dickens, PC has received the Charles A. Horsky Award from the Council for Court Excellence for her exemplary contributions to the council as chair of its Children in the Courts Committee from 2001–2009.

Roderick H. Morgan, a partner at Bingham McHale LLP in Indianapolis, has been elected president of the Indiana State Bar Association for the 2009–2010 term.

Martin Perlberger has been appointed to the Beverly Hills Unified School District Citizens’ Oversight Committee for the $342 million Measure E bond issues.

David L. Roll, a partner at Steptoe & Johnson LLP, has been named a 2009 Purpose Prize Fellow, an honor for social entrepreneurs over 60 who use their experience and passion to take on society’s biggest challenges.

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