In search of a smaller firm that would offer more opportunities to grow their practices, four established Baltimore attorneys recently moved together from one of the largest firms in Maryland to a smaller practice in a move that is unusual ...Read More »
As the legal profession gets more competitive for young attorneys and practices get more portable, the state’s legal community is weighing market demands with providing a bar exam that is fair to minorities. The decision on whether to adopt more ...Read More »
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – In a state where residents have a reputation for not straying too far from home, Providence attorney Lawrence J. Signore has hit upon an idea that is resonating with Rhode Islanders who need legal services. While managing ...Read More »
A Baltimore city judge agreed to extend her probation with the state’s Commission on Judicial Disabilities to resolve charges that she engaged in unprofessional behavior on the bench shortly after serving a suspension for similar issues. Baltimore City Circuit Judge ...Read More »
Maryland lawyers, as of this month, are allowed to use the word “specialize” when advertising their area of practice. But because the word was prohibited for so long, attorneys and those who enforce the Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct ...Read More »
Maryland attorneys are cautiously optimistic about the state of the economy, anticipate investing in marketing and technology at their firms and expect an uptick in billable hours over the next three months, according to the first Daily Record quarterly Maryland ...
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