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Jennifer L. Curry Receives Baker Donelson's Work-Life Warrior Award

Baker Donelson has recognized Jennifer L. Curry with the Firm's 2020 Work-Life Warrior Award.

Baker Donelson established the Work-Life Warrior Award to honor an attorney in the Firm who demonstrates an ongoing commitment to excellence in maintaining a healthy work-life balance or has advocated on behalf of work-life balance issues for the benefit of others.

A shareholder in the Firm's Baltimore office, Ms. Curry is part of Baker Donelson's Labor & Employment Group, co-chairs the Health Care practice's employment group, and leads the employment groups for the Long Term Care and Education teams. She also serves on the Firm's Women's Initiative Committee and Diversity Committee.

"Jennifer has exemplified the idea of a Work-Life Warrior, particularly in recent months during the COVID-19 pandemic," said Christy Tosh Crider, chair of Baker Donelson's Women's Initiative. "She has proven herself an incredibly valued resource for employers by providing in-depth guidance on facing the numerous employment challenges brought about by the pandemic. And throughout this especially demanding time, she has balanced her work while raising two young children. I'm proud to congratulate Jennifer on this well-deserved recognition." 

Ms. Curry's practice is concentrated on advising and defending employers on all manner of employment and compliance issues. She has a specific focus on clients in the health care industry, and also represents the education and general business industries. Ms. Curry has been recognized as a Rising Star in Maryland Super Lawyers every year since 2013 and was selected for The Daily Record's 2018 "VIP List – Very Important Professionals Successful by 40." She serves on the Board of Trustees of the Baltimore Bar Foundation and the Board of Directors of the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of the Leadership Advisory Council for Cristo Rey High School.

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