McLane Middleton is pleased to announce that Lori Sullivan was recently presented with the firm’s John R. McLane, Jr. Community Service Award during its annual Colleague Recognition Reception.
This annual award is given to the McLane Middleton attorney, paralegal, or administrative colleague who exemplifies the highest commitment to the community based on colleague observations and peer reviews. The award is named after former partner, John R. McLane, Jr., who had a long history serving the community.
“Lori is dependable, hard-working, and a very passionate community service warrior who works behind the scenes to get the job done,” said Ann Routos, co-chair of the firm’s Community Service Committee, during the presentation of the award at the firm’s recent Colleague Recognition Reception.
“She is a huge asset to the firm’s Community Service Committee as she consistently takes on substantial roles during many events throughout the year,” added John Hughes, co-chair of the firm’s Community Service Committee.
Lori is an administrative professional assisting several attorneys in the firm’s Litigation Department and Employment Law Practice Group.
The firm congratulates Lori and thanks her for her dedication to the community.