Gallagher Evelius & Jones is pleased to announce that Mark S. Saudek, a partner in the litigation group, has been selected a Fellow of the Foundation of the Federal Bar Association. The Foundation established the Fellows program in 2002 to recognize individuals who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to and leadership within both the FBA and the legal community. There are currently 235 Fellows of the Foundation. Mark is one of 12 Fellows from Maryland.

Mark Saudek has a distinguished record of service to the bar. He is the current President of the Federal Bar Association's Maryland chapter, Chair of the Pro Bono Volunteer Lawyers Committee of the U. S. District Court for the District of Maryland, and chair of the Open Doors to the Federal Courts program, which introduces nearly 100 Baltimore City public high school students annually to the federal courts. Mark is also a member of the Bench-Bar Liaison Committee of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. He was named a 2015 "Leadership in Law" award winner by The Daily Record.

Visit www.fedbar.org/foundation to learn more about the Foundation of the Federal Bar Association.

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