Baltimore (Sept. 16, 2015) – The Maryland law firm of Adelberg Rudow announces that Member, F. Kirk Kolodner, Esq. was selected to serve on the Leadership Development Committee of GEDCO (Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation), a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing, supportive services and emergency assistance to community residents.
“GEDCO assists thousands of Baltimore City residents and I have been asked to help them bring a fresh perspective on potential candidates for board membership,” Kolodner said.
With 35 years of litigation and transactional experience, Kolodner concentrates his practice on family, divorce and marital separation law, estate and trust litigation, and general civil litigation. He joined Adelberg Rudow in 1993 and chaired its Litigation Practice for 10 years.
AV rated by Martindale-Hubble, Kolodner has been included on the Maryland Super Lawyers lists eight times in the past nine years, with the additional distinction of twice being named among the 100 Top Lawyers in Maryland. He also was listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015 and 2016.
A graduate of Lawrence University and the University of Baltimore School of Law, Kolodner co-founded and formed Maryland Lawyers for the Arts, a non-profit dedicated to protecting Maryland artists’ legal rights through pro bono legal referrals and education.
For more than 30 years, he has served on a pro bono basis as legal counsel to V-LINC, a non-profit whose mission is to create technological solutions to improve the independence and quality of life for individuals of all ages with disabilities.
Kolodner also has provided pro bono legal services through Maryland Volunteer Legal Services for persons who cannot afford legal services, and has served as a volunteer, board member and president of The Mt. Washington Swimming Club, Inc. He resides in Mt. Washington with his wife, Betsy F. Ringel.
About Adelberg Rudow
Founded in 1927, Adelberg Rudow offers experienced counsel to corporations, institutions, associations and individuals. With offices in downtown Baltimore, Howard County and Baltimore County, the firm concentrates in a diverse set of practice areas including business, banking, bankruptcy, commercial finance, family law, civil and criminal litigation, health care, white-collar criminal defense, real estate, construction, federal and state taxes, wills, estates and trusts, arbitration and mediation, and intellectual property. Visit www.Adelberg.com for additional information.