Baltimore (BBR) - Granville Templeton, III, Esq. has been named Board Chair of Project Pneuma, a non-profit organization in Baltimore, Maryland that breathes new life holistically
into young men grades 4-8 by challenging them intellectually, strengthening them physically, nurturing them emotionally and uplifting them spiritually.  Under Armour has been a tremendous partner since 2014 and a new video has been released this week that shows a comprehensive overview of how Project Pneuma is doing the WORK in Baltimore!

Granville Templeton, III is the owner of Templeton Law firm.  Mr. Templeton is an accomplished business attorney with experience in business and concept development. Mr. Templeton leads by utilizing his market insight and innate abilities to galvanize talent, inspire innovation in the legal technology sector.

Additionally, Templeton Law firm, founded in 2004, handles all types of business and complex litigation dealing with corporations, universities, insurance companies, personal injury, criminal defense, entertainment, police brutality and insurance litigation.

Mr. Templeton holds a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Baltimore, School of Law with concentrations in Business Law and International and Comparative Law.  Along with being named as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, he has been honored for his business accomplishments with a number of special recognition, citations, and resolutions by Baltimore City, the Maryland Governor, U.S. Senator Cardin and other private and non-profit organizations.  

Mr. Templeton currently serves as chair of the board of Project Pneuma.  He also serves on the boards of Monumental City Bar Foundation, Beloved Community Services Corporation and the National Academy Foundation.  He has served as chair of the Baltimore Area Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club Advisory Board as well as a board member on the Baltimore Area Salvation Army Board, Vice Chair of the International Law Committee, Maryland State Bar Association, Member of the Business Law Section Council and past President of the Monumental City Bar Association.

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