PK Law Attorney Kimberly Neal Joins the Community Resource Board for the Junior League of Baltimore

Pessin Katz Law, P.A. (PK Law) Attorney Kimberly Neal was voted to join the The Junior League of Baltimore’s Community Resource Board (CRB). The Junior League of Baltimore, Inc. (JLB) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

The Association of Junior Leagues International considers the CRB to be “a formally designated group of community representatives on whom a League can call for assistance and advice on its overall program and/or on specific tasks or functions.” The purpose of the CRB is to advise the League on community related issues as well as to act as ambassadors for the Junior League of Baltimore to the community at large.

Ms. Neal, an Attorney in PK Law’s General Litigation Group, focuses her practice on business litigation, including general commercial litigation, the defense of employment-related claims, construction law, and insurance defense. A member of the National Association of Catering and Events and Legal Advisor for the Baltimore Fashion Alliance, she enjoys presenting on and assisting clients with business law matters, particularly within the event planning, catering, hospitality and retail industries.

The daughter of an educator, Ms. Neal advocates the importance of quality education. She feels that the JLB is especially poised to assist young women in recognizing their educational and career potential while also supporting them in their familial roles.  Women have special influence over their children, grandchildren, siblings, and friends, and any opportunity to empower and encourage these women is crucial to Baltimore’s future success. Ms. Neal looks forward to assisting the JLB with programs geared towards domestic violence prevention, scholarship and financial aid application assistance, career fairs, and targeted- fundraising to help with these educational initiatives.