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PK Law is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Green has been elected President of the Baltimore Jewish Council (BJC). The BJC is the political and community relations arm of The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore and its agencies.  The Council represents Jewish organizations and congregations in the Greater Baltimore area and throughout Maryland on social, political and humanitarian issues affecting Jews locally, nationally and worldwide. The Baltimore Jewish Council represents 50 member organizations and synagogues.  Ms. Green is the first Orthodox Jewish women to be elected to this position.

Ms. Green is a Member in PK Law’s Wealth Preservation Department where she advises individuals and families on basic to sophisticated estate planning.  Ms. Green assists many clients in addressing the unique issues surrounding disabled and elderly family members, as well as the difficult process of handling the affairs of a deceased family member or close friend; she also advises business owners on a variety of issues from formation through termination.

“Through my activities with the BJC, I have had the opportunity to work with members of the Jewish community who may have different observances but share a common goal of working for our one Jewish community,” Green said. “I have also been privileged to learn about so many other areas of our larger community, not just the Jewish community, and the ways in which we, as representatives of the Baltimore Jewish community, are able to participate in order to improve that larger community. I look forward to continuing this work.”