For the next two years, Herman and his fellow new Co-Chairs will represent the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s philanthropic leadership giving society and help demonstrate the impact the school’s most loyal supporters have on its community.
He said, “I am a member of the Maryland Carey Law School Club because I greatly value the education I received and want the school to continue to excel. I was a newlywed when I entered law school and my wife and I paid for law school without help from my parents. I chose Maryland in part because in-state tuition was so reasonable; I had no idea the professors would be so great. I learned so much from my experience in the clinic, from adjunct professors at the top of their field, and I also received incredible support from the Career Development Office. I love the law school and am proud that it has continued to graduate well-rounded, diverse attorneys who are equipped to become leaders in Maryland and throughout the country.”