Stephen G. Harvey Appointed President of Homeless Advocacy Project Board

Philadelphia – January 30, 2013 – – Stephen G. Harvey of Pepper Hamilton LLP has been appointed president of the board of directors of the Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP), effective January 1, 2013. The HAP board of directors oversees the operations of this award-winning legal services organization. With a legal staff of 8 and a corps of over 350 volunteer lawyers, paralegals and law students, HAP provides legal services to homeless families and single people in Philadelphia.

Pepper Hamilton has a long-standing relationship with HAP and currently staffs two HAP legal clinics, one for homeless single women and one for homeless veterans.

Mr. Harvey is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department, concentrating his practice in commercial litigation. He received his B.A. in 1982 from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He received his J.D., magna cum laude, in 1989 from Villanova University School of Law. He joined Pepper Hamilton in 1995.

About the Homeless Advocacy Project

The Homeless Advocacy Project ( was created in 1990. Each year, HAP conducts 150 annual legal clinics at 25 shelters and soup kitchens located throughout the City. At these clinics, HAP staff and volunteers meet and interview prospective clients, assess their legal needs, provide advice and referrals for services, and offer on-going legal representation and advocacy to those with more complex problems. HAP also makes educational presentations to shelter residents and service providers to inform them of benefits and services available for homeless people, and to empower individuals to obtain benefits and services for themselves.

About Pepper Hamilton

Pepper Hamilton LLP is a multi-practice law firm with more than 500 lawyers nationally. The firm provides corporate, litigation and regulatory legal services to leading businesses, governmental entities, nonprofit organizations and individuals throughout the nation and the world. The firm was founded in 1890.

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