MIAMI, FL – July 22, 2015 – Ehrenstein Charbonneau Calderin hosted a reception for Dade Legal Aid and members of the inaugural Leadership Academy. The reception took place at the firm’s office in Miami on July 22, 2015. In attendance were other members of the Leadership Academy, Dade Legal Aid and the judiciary including the Honorable Judge Laurel Isicoff, the Honorable Chief Judge Bertila Soto, the Honorable Judge Marcia Caballero, the Honorable Judge William Altfield, the Honorable Judge Michaelle Gonzalez-Paulson, and the Honorable Judge Rodolfo Ruiz.
Nicole Grimal Helmstetter, an attorney with Ehrenstein Charbonneau Calderin, is member of the Leadership Academy and completed the program. Members of the Leadership Academy were selected based on professional experience, proven track record of pro bono representations, or demonstrating ethical leadership, and for their dedication to do more for the community. Leaders serve as Fellows of The Academy for four months and develop a deeper understanding of effective leadership while learning about important issues facing Dade Legal Aid and the indigent of Miami. Fellows connect with other legal leaders of influential firms and organizations for the purpose of creating lasting relationships.
“We put a high value for pro bono service at our firm,” said Michael D. Ehrenstein, Founder and Partner of Ehrenstein Charbonneau Calderin. “We are proud that Nicole received such a distinction to be included in the Leadership Academy and we were honored to be able to host the reception.”
Ehrenstein Charbonneau Calderin is a law firm based in Miami, Florida. The firm and its attorneys serve their clients in the areas of business restructuring, trial and litigation, and real estate.
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