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Letters to the Editor – 7/27/12

The Women’s Bar Association of Maryland writes to express its views regarding the July 17 posting by The Daily Record titled “Girl power on the bench” and The Daily Record’s response to date. Like many others who have written, including ...

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Helping the homeless with a bill of rights

Rhode Island lawmakers are considering whether to enact a first-in-the-nation bill of rights for the homeless. The bill would prohibit certain groups of people (mainly police officers, landlords, employers and medical workers) from discriminating against the homeless. Just about every ...

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Getting personal in blogs and social media

I just finished putting together my materials for the MSBA Annual Meeting. I will be speaking Thursday morning during the conference about how lawyers can use social media effectively and without getting themselves into trouble. My presentation will be part ...

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Adios, adeus

With a growing practice and a fantastic little surprise due to arrive in a little more than four more months, I’ve decided to take some time away from Generation J.D. I’d like to thank The Daily Record for allowing me ...

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Sister lawyers, foodies blog about cooking and dining in Baltimore

Midway through dinner at Salt in Baltimore’s Butchers Hill neighborhood, sisters Erin and Alexandra “Xani” Podolny swap plates. Turns out it’s a family tradition for the bloggers behind Black Coffee and a Donut, a home cooking and dining out blog, ...

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