The Court of Appeals approved a measure on Thursday to amend a rule that allows out-of-state attorneys to work as paid, legal service providers in Maryland for two years to extend their tenure.Read More »
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Attorneys from Brown, Goldstein & Levy LLP in Baltimore waded into the battle over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's record and succeeded in having unsealed a confidential 1999 report on alleged improper leaks from the Starr Commission.Read More »
Maryland’s top court will soon consider, and likely adopt, an emergency rule that would spare more than a dozen attorneys in the public defender’s office who are licensed out of state from having to take a Maryland bar exam in February – or perhaps ever -- if they wish to remain paid employees.
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