Generation J.D.

The Daily Record's blog for young lawyers, by young lawyers

I have blogger’s block.

I just don’t know what to blog about and I have been trying to think of something for the last two weeks.  Anytime I think about writing something for the Generation J.D. blog, my mind drifts to the beach or ...

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What would Jimmy Buffett do?

Some of you have noticed – many of you probably have not – but I have not submitted a blog in the last few weeks. I wish I had some incredible excuse. You know, maybe something to do with preparing ...

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Turning down a helping hand

Apparently, there are no kids in Baltimore City who need foster care. Apparently, everyone is very well taken care of, and the city doesn’t need good-hearted people willing to come forward and take care of children who have been abused ...

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I’m Back

In the past 10 days I’ve received numerous e-mails from friends, colleagues and previously anonymous readers asking why it’s been almost a month since my last blog post.  All of those e-mails brought a huge smile to my face, and ...

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Happy Birthday to me

Today I turned 35 and, at this very moment, I feel a little old.  By all accounts, I am still “young” and, as we all know, age is relative.  Compared to dirt, the Earth, and any of the Supreme Court ...

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Dear Daughter, WHERE ARE YOU?

Those were the words of a frantic mother in despair. The problem: a missing child who happens to be a litigation associate with billable hour requirements. My mother’s solution: Call every number she has associated with me, brave the Internet ...

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