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Author Archives: Sarah David

Volunteer judges are critical to success of mock trial competition

“Someday I look forward to seeing some of you arguing in this courtroom” was a phrase I often heard when I competed in high school mock trial on my Baltimore County Public School trial team. The program was after school, ...

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Anniversary speaks to the role of the Women’s Law Center | Generation J.D.

On Aug. 18, 2020, we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the United States.  This monumental occasion comes in the midst of a global pandemic that has exacerbated challenges and inequities that women in this nation continue to ...

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A summer youth internship program worth your engagement

With so many challenges facing our community as summer begins, it can seem hard to find ways to continue to engage with one another. With many offices still restricting in-person attendance and our familiar summer outdoor events canceled, it can ...

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Sarah David: Volunteering to help front-line workers

Many professionals are struggling with how to navigate working exclusively from home, how to balance work and childcare, and how to adjust to the many challenges this time presents. Three women have taken this challenge in stride and developed a ...

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In these challenging times, remember to be kind

This is an incredibly challenging time for our country and the world. As young professionals, we likely find ourselves especially challenged as we try to complete a day of work from home with young children demanding our attention, and as ...

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Speak up! We need to spread the word about the law.

“Does the witness have a subpoena or not?” It might sound like a question from a judge, opposing counsel or court clerk, but this was in fact a question from a ninth-grade student at the recent Civics and Law Academy ...

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