GLENN METSCH-AMPEL AND HARRIET WEINBERGER RECEIVE
STATE BAR'S 2013 HOWARD A. LEVINE AWARD
Glenn Metsch-Ampel of Manhattan and Harriet R. Weinberger of Brooklyn were honored with the 2013 Howard A. Levine Award for Excellence in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare given by the Committee on Children and the Law of the New York State Bar Association.
The award, presented on May 29th at the State Bar Center in Albany, recognizes individuals who have done outstanding work protecting and promoting the rights of New York's children.
"With sensitivity and compassion, Glenn Metsch-Ampel and Harriet Weinberger have fought for the rights of thousands of children in New York. Because of their work, children and families have achieved better outcomes in life," said Karen Fisher Gutheil of Manhattan (The Legal Aid Society in New York City, Juvenile Rights Practice), chair of the committee. "It is an honor to recognize these two dedicated public servants."
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