Gordon Feinblatt recognizes the importance of fostering an environment where personnel with common interests, goals, and experiences can come together for networking opportunities to support each other and to help drive positive change within an organization.

Associates Group

The Associates Development Committee provides the firm's associates with mentorship through the buddy/mentor program, educational opportunities and social activities and stresses the importance of work in our community. 

The firm's Associates Group was founded on four primary components:

  • Mentorship: Through the buddy/mentor program, associates are paired with Members with whom they meet on a regular basis. Our associates have dedicated resources within the firm to advise them on a range of professional and legal topics.
  • Social Enrichment: Our associates have collaborated in a cooking class, attended an Orioles game, and met for happy hours with their mentors and buddies.
  • Community Outreach: In carrying forward the principles started by our firm’s founding partners, the associates have learned about the importance of board participation and have worked hands-on with several organizations, including Habitat for Humanity and Helping Up Mission.

Caregivers Affinity Group

The Caregivers Affinity Group empowers and provides resources and support for all employees who are also caregivers. Parents, children caring for aging parents and individuals caring for family or friends share information and common experiences as well as learn about the firm's benefits and receive education on relevant topics to support them in their caregiving responsibilities.

Members of this group also regularly work with the firm’s human resources team to evaluate opportunities for the firm’s benefits package to best support caregivers.

Recent highlights include partnering with the Maryland Alzheimer Association for a presentation on tips for caring for adults experiencing Alzheimer’s diseases, speaking with counselors who help families whose loved ones are dealing with substance abuse challenges, and tips for parents of young children making the transition to kindergarten. 


Created in response to feedback from members of our administrative team in a variety of roles, this is a non-attorney network for professional development. We have found there is a strong interest and desire for more opportunities that focus on professional networking, growth and development.  The purpose of UPLIFT is to bring professionals who are not attorneys together who share a common interest in learning and developing skills, such as networking, communication, presentation, and leadership skills. This forum provides interactive and quarterly topics that benefit everyone regardless of their role.

People of Color Affinity Group

The People of Color Affinity Group was created for personnel of color and brings together people from across the entire firm to celebrate, educate and support the unique experiences of employees of color in the workplace. 

Recent highlight of this group includes a presentation from the Baltimore Chapter of the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) to discuss the intersection of race and mental health, a workshop led by one of our colleagues about estate planning basics, and a celebratory and informative lunch for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, where members of our team selected delicious dishes that represented their cultures to share with everyone.

Women’s Alliance

Led by Laura Johnson, the Women Alliance unifies the firm's women personnel clients and contacts for various networking, leadership and professional development opportunities. The firm's women personnel meet regularly for lunch and host events to strengthen the personal and professional relationships among each other and with our women clients and contacts, including information about women’s health and wellness, opportunities to support non-profits advancing causes that frequently impact women, and hearing from local women leaders from a variety of sectors.

Our women personnel are also actively involved in a number of women's professional and civic organizations including:

  • Alliance of Black Women Attorneys of Maryland
  • CREWBaltimore
  • Executive Alliance (formerly Network 2000)
  • Professional Women in Building Council of Maryland
  • Women Environmental Litigators of the Environmental Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association
  • Women United of United Way of Central Maryland
  • Women's Bar Association of Maryland