Not licensed to practice law in Maryland? You can still be disbarred here

You don’t have to be a member of the Maryland Bar to face the Court of Appeals’ top sanction, according to a ruling filed on Thursday. The state’s top court disbarred Tawana D. Shephard, who was not licensed to practice law in the state but who nevertheless had assumed a “managing attorney” role in a Beltsville ...

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Lauren Kirkwood covers the business of law beat at The Daily Record.

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