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Partner David Ehrlich Earns the ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Award

In a remarkable display of dedication and legal acumen, Partner David Ehrlich of Stagg Wabnik Law Group and Associate Lauren Montes have been honored with the ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Awards for 2022. This prestigious accolade is a testament to their extraordinary pro bono services, reflecting their unwavering commitment to supporting our service members.

David Ehrlich, a distinguished partner at Stagg Wabnik Law Group, is practicing in all facets of labor and employment law. With a wealth of experience representing clients through various stages of litigation, including trials, appeals, and administrative agency hearings, David has earned a reputation for excellence and integrity in the legal community. His comprehensive knowledge of employment law has enabled him to provide invaluable counsel, navigating complex legal landscapes with precision and insight. David’s remarkable contributions extend beyond the courtroom, as he also plays a pivotal role in advising companies on a spectrum of employment issues, from hiring and disciplinary actions to regulatory compliance and collective bargaining agreements. More about David.

Lauren Montes has since embarked on new professional adventures beyond Stagg Wabnik Law Group. We extend our heartfelt best wishes to Lauren, celebrating her achievements and wishing her continued success in all her future endeavors.

The ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Awards highlight the significant impact of pro bono legal services, honoring those who have gone above and beyond in their contributions. David and Lauren’s exceptional services have undoubtedly made a profound difference, embodying the spirit of pro bono commitment and enhancing the legal support available to our service members. Their dedication serves as an inspiration, exemplifying the transformative power of legal advocacy in making a positive difference in the lives of those who serve our country.


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