Ronald Weich, the longtime dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law, will be stepping down after the 2023-24 academic year.
Experts share their insights into how personal injury attorneys should – and should not – use social media evidence in their cases.
The release of a report documenting decades of alleged child sexual abuse in the Baltimore Archdiocese has spurred a call for prosecution and may spark scores of lawsuits.
Maryland judges are permitted to attend local bar association events even if sponsored by law firms that appear regularly appear before them, the state’s Judicial Ethics Committee stated.
Maryland will pay $7 million to settle the pending state Supreme Court appeal of a man who was savagely beaten while in state custody.
Media reps and a prosecutor disagreed on the Maryland Judiciary’s effort to let recordings of criminal trials be aired while respecting the witnesses’ safety and dignity.
Maryland Bar Counsel Lydia E. Lawless will step down as the state’s chief investigator and administrative prosecutor of attorney misconduct.
Maryland Supreme Court disbarred an attorney whose client discovered it had lost in court only after its bank had withdrawn the damages award from its account.
U.S. News & World Report will change how its rankings of law schools are calculated in response to a boycott by a number of top programs.
The number of ethics complaints against Maryland attorneys rose in fiscal year 2022 but the number of disbarments dropped, the state's Attorney Grievance Commission says.
A Charles County Orphans’ Court judge quit last week amid disciplinary allegations that he misused “the prestige of judicial office” on his Facebook page by posting a profile photo of himself in his judicial robe and engaging in partisan political discussion, giving legal advice and advertising his private business on the social media site. William […]
A Baltimore district judge was reprimanded for political contributions and not cooperating with disciplinary authorities.