In addition to providing unparalleled representation to victims of medical malpractice in Baltimore, Maryland and Washington DC, the firm of Schochor and Staton, P.A. demonstrates an ongoing commitment to service to the communities they represent. The firm has recently made a donation of $25,000 to the University of Baltimore School of Law. The donation is designated to award scholarships to several aspiring legal professionals who demonstrate exceptional work ethic and excellence in their academic pursuits.
Support for the Next Generation
“We are very grateful to our friends at Schochor and Staton, P.A. for this generous donation,” says Ronald Weich, Dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law. “The firm boasts several outstanding University of Baltimore law graduates. Their success reflects well on our school, and the firm’s support for the next generation of UB Law students is commendable and very much appreciated.”
Alum Fondly Reminisce
Several other members of the SSPA team reflect fondly on their time at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Partner Jonathan Goldberg received his Juris Doctor from the program in 1991 and remains a member of the school’s law bar review.
Leader in Legal Education Since 1925
University of Baltimore School of Law has been a leader in legal education since 1925. The school boasts a network of over 13,000 prestigious alumni. UB Law graduates make up nearly a third of the sitting judges in the state of Maryland. “The UB School of Law is a stronghold for providing top-notch education,” says Partner Jonathan Goldberg. “Our firm is grateful for the opportunity to give back to an institution that has given us so much.”
Schochor and Staton, P.A. is proud to serve the Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. community and looks forward to continued support of the University of Baltimore School of Law in years to come. To learn more about the firm, or to schedule a consultation for your medical malpractice case in Baltimore, Maryland or Washington DC, contact us at 410-234-1000.