The Law Firm of Gimmel, Weiman, Ersek, Blomberg & Lewis, P.A., believes it has an obligation to contribute to its community. As a public service, our attorneys have lectured on a variety of legal issues including divorce and separation, wills and trusts, taxes, collections, and business planning.
We have presented seminars and made presentations on legal issues to numerous local groups including the Commission for Women, Hospice Caring, Inc., Senior Citizens, Cooperative Extension/AARP, various Chambers of Commerce, Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, DRADA (depression related affected disorders association), numerous federal government agencies and local schools.
Our attorneys also have participated in numerous community events and charity fund raisers as members and officers of local public service organizations such as the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce, YMCA of Metropolitan Washington, Montgomery Village Rotary Club, Commission for Women, Leadership Montgomery, Hospice Caring, Inc., and Women Business Owners. In addition to participating in the YMCA Partner With Youth Campaign for the Upper Montgomery County YMCA since 1982, our attorneys have supplied leadership to this fundraiser, including chairing the fundraiser on three (3) separate occasions.
Gimmel, Weiman, Ersek, Blomberg & Lewis, P.A., has also contributed to the Statewide Maryland High School Moot Court Competition by having its attorneys act as Team Advisors to certain high schools and also presiding over trials as Judges. It is the Law Firm’s belief that by allowing young adults to learn more about the legal process, they become better citizens and less likely to actually end up in Court.
Our attorneys also work with the Montgomery County Bar Association to enhance our legal community and justice system, with active involvement in the Family Law Section, the Continuing Legal Education Section, and the Montgomery County Women’s Bar Association, including providing the Auctioneer and Emcee on for its Tri-Annual Auctions to raise money for pro bono legal services for clients who cannot afford legal services in 2004, 2007 and again in 2010.