Murthy Law Firm Attorneys Serving Their Community

At the Murthy Law Firm, service to others is deeply embedded in the firm’s DNA. It’s part of who we are, and our clients have come to expect this: lawyers and staff with a sense of mission, pulling together to help them achieve their American dream.

We are proud that our attorneys and staff are genuinely committed to this ethos of service. Even on their days off, many of them give their time and talents to projects that build our community and make the world a better place. Some recent examples:

  • Pam Genise, a Supervising Attorney in the Green Card department at the Murthy Law Firm, participated in a fundraising Walk for Muscular Dystrophy in Seattle, joining family members and friends on Team MustDash, which raised over $3,400. The entire event brought in $70,000! Why Seattle? Pam’s sister is fundraising coordinator for the Seattle Muscular Dystrophy Association. A few weeks later, Pam volunteered her legal talents at a citizenship clinic sponsored by the Esperanza Center, here in Baltimore.
  • Kevin Andrews, an attorney in our Special Projects department, participated in the Atlantic City GORUCK Challenge, a grueling overnight endurance challenge led by former and current U.S. Special Forces, to raise money for the Green Beret Foundation, which provides support to wounded veterans of the U.S. Army Special Forces.

On April 7, Kevin will run in the New York Colon Cancer Challenge in Central Park to raise funds and awareness. This time it’s personal: Kevin’s running to support one of his best friends from college, who was diagnosed with colon cancer earlier this year. At the time of this writing, his team has raised over $4,000 for the Colon Cancer Challenge Foundation.

We salute Pam and Kevin for their public-service work, along with all the other Murthy Law Firm attorneys and staffers who share their gifts with others, generously and regularly. You make us proud!

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