A Prince George’s County state senator will try again to bring “justice” to Maryland. Sen. Douglas J.J. Peters said last week that he would reintroduce in January a proposed state constitutional amendment to change the name of Maryland’s top judicial ...Read More »
I am one of those people who couldn’t function when my desk, calendar and files weren’t perfectly organized … and possibly color-coded. Throughout law school, my organizational methods allowed me to survive while serving on multiple committees and boards and ...
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Baltimore will ask the Court of Appeals to fast-track a recent decision finding the city responsible for a Gun Trace Task Force lawsuit judgment and consolidate it with a question already before the high court in a similar case. The Court ...Read More »
Van Brooks in an inspiration who is constantly inspired. Brooks was a three-sport athlete who was paralyzed from the neck down after a football injury in 2004. He graduated from Loyola Blakefield and then from Towson University and uses his ...Read More »
Today, lawyers who are increasingly social media-savvy are turning to Facebook to refer prospective clients, ask questions and discuss legal matters. Towson family law attorney Stuart Axilbund has helped to cultivate the “Maryland Lawyers” Facebook group, which now has just ...Read More »
Maryland judicial and legislative leaders will celebrate on Oct. 17 the recent renaming of the state law library in memory of civil rights icon Thurgood Marshall, the first black U.S. Supreme Court justice and a Maryland native. Mary Ellen Barbera, ...Read More »
Towson District Court operations will move temporarily to Catonsville later this year to allow for a scheduled HVAC system replacement in Towson. The temporary relocation is expected to last six months. The date for the move will be announced in ...Read More »