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On Bar exams and parallel parking

On Bar exams and parallel parking

The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration announced this week that parallel parking is no longer a driving test requirement. This got me thinking about fellow Generation J.D. blogger Stuart Hindman’s post on the New York Bar’s recent decision to adopt the ...

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What’s your superpower?

What’s your superpower?

My 7-year-old son is in The Superhero Phase, where every conversation leads to Spider-Man, Batman or “Star Wars” (yes, being a Jedi is a superpower). “Mommy,” my son loves to ask me, “if you were a superhero, who would you ...

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Time for a reality check

Time for a reality check

I had the opportunity with the Maryland State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section to volunteer last month at a Baltimore soup kitchen that provides meals and shelter to homeless women. It was a day after some of the protests and ...

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A brief history of legal technology

A brief history of legal technology

From carbon copies to WordPerfect to Word, from faxing and Fedexing to emailing and, these days, cloud computing and e-filing, legal technology history demonstrates while we lawyers might be stubborn, change is going to happen. And what better way to ...

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Public resources for public good

Public resources for public good

A good start to reconciling the disparity and tackling the “social economics of poor, urban America” is funding public resources, activities and services which are free to the under-privileged. It’s no surprise that inequality of economic conditions for families is directly correlated with an inequality in opportunity.

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From briefing clients to briefing soldiers

From briefing clients to briefing soldiers

I was scheduled to begin a four-day, civil jury trial in Baltimore on Thursday, April 30. The night before, co-counsel and I had agreed to terms with opposing counsel for a settlement of the case. Little did I know that just hours after signing the settlement order in court, I would be reporting for state active duty with the Maryland Army National Guard to respond to the civil disturbance in Baltimore City.

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