Michael Siri, a partner at Bowie & Jensen LLC and a member of the firm’s litigation department, was recently presented with the volunteer of the year award from the Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP).

Mr. Siri has handled 42 criminal expungement cases through HPRP’s criminal expungement program, which assists individuals clear their records of criminal charges that were never successfully prosecuted. His outstanding dedication and enthusiasm to his work with HPRP resulted in significant donations of both time and resources to the organization.

The Homeless Persons Representation Project is a non-profit organization that provides legal services and systemic advocacy on behalf of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. More than 330 volunteer lawyers, paralegals, law students and other professionals participated in HPRP’s pro bono program in fiscal 2014, donating over 515 hours of service to HPRP’s clients.

About Michael Siri

Michael Siri focuses his practice on commercial litigation, including construction law. He has worked on matters at all stages of litigation in state and federal courts, as well as, administrative hearings and arbitrations.

Mr. Siri is the former Chair of the MSBA Young Lawyers Section and has served on the MSBA’s Board of Governors. He serves as a board member of the Maryland Bar Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the MSBA and the Executive Board of the Baltimore County Bar Association.

Read more about Michael Siri here.