Attorney Ron D. Herman Featured in November 2014 FAWL Journal

FAWL Highlights the Work of Attorney Herman

Attorney Ron D. Herman is involved with the Informed Voters Project (IVP), a nationwide effort aimed at informing voters about the importance of having fair and impartial courts. As a result of his efforts with the organization, he has been featured in the November 2014 issue of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers (FAWL) Journal.

ron_blog_FAWLFAWL has developed a strategy for effecting change and bringing IVP to each community throughout Florida by collaborating with its thirty three local chapters across the state. In Palm Beach County, Attorney Herman promoted the IVP to the local community by giving a well-received presentation at the Neil S. Hirsch Boys and Girls Club of Wellington. As an active member of the Palm Beach County Chapter of FAWL and a co-chair of its Mentoring Committee, Ron sought out the opportunity to introduce the IVP to another organization that is very dear to him, the Boys and Girls Club of Wellington, where Ron also serves on its Board of Directors.

The Informed Voters Project raises awareness among voters who should be concerned about courtrooms across the nation that are threatened by special interest groups that seek to remove fairness and impartiality in favor of promoting an agenda. Some special interest groups may mislead voters before elections, and IVP works hard to stress why impartial courts are essential for the rule of law to continue.

Attorney Herman Believes in the IVP

Attorney Herman has worked on both sides in the courtroom, leading him to fight to uphold the integrity of our justice system. Beginning his career as an Assistant State Attorney and quickly rising through the ranks, he started Herman Law, P.A. to protect the rights of the accused in Florida.

Our firm is actively involved in our West Palm Beach community, and Attorney Herman has been involved in a number of professional speaking engagements in the area and has shared his legal knowledge on television and in print. View the FAWL Jounral and read more about the article on page 17.

If you are wondering about the Informed Voters Project and how you can get involved, email Attorney Herman at