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4.10.2018

BeyondtheBallotIn 2020 we celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guaranteed women the right to vote. To commemorate this milestone, Gallagher Evelius & Jones is proud to present “Beyond the Ballot,” a series highlighting the accomplishments and contributions of Maryland women since winning the right to vote. These stories of exceptional women are intended to inform and inspire others to recognize and realize their own achievements and contributions. The three-minute profiles will air twice monthly on WYPR-FM, and will be available via podcast afterward, at www.beyond-the-ballot.com.

At Gallagher, we value a diverse and inclusive team.  Women have played key roles at our firm for decades.  “Beyond the Ballot” reflects the values on which our firm was founded and by which we serve people and organizations every day — striving for excellence, compassion and respect for individuals, and dedication to the communities where we live and work.































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Attorney Spotlight

Benjamin J. Rubin

Partner

410.951.1411

brubin@gejlaw.com

Ben Rubin is a transactions attorney who focuses on residential, commercial, and mixed-use real estate development projects.  He advises developers and investors from land acquisition through development, construction, operation, and disposition.  He works with clients on both market rate and affordable housing projects, including those financed with low-income housing tax credits.  Ben also represents borrowers and lenders with respect to construction and permanent real estate financing, as well as non-real estate commercial loans.

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