The Museum of Baltimore Legal History has reached the halfway point in its fundraising efforts to update the museum for the first time in its 30-year history. The museum has raised about $14,500 as of Jan. 10 and hopes to ...Read More »
Courtroom sketch artist Beth Otter, a fixture in Baltimore courthouses in the 1980s and ‘90s, left her drawings of courtroom life to her family after her death in 2013. But on Thursday, 30 framed pieces of Otter’s work will be ...Read More »
The Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse will reopen to the public Wednesday after a fire forced a three-week closure while crews repaired damage. The April 26 fire, thought to be caused by overheated machinery, began in the basement and was quickly ...Read More »
Former and current law school deans discussed theoretical ways to cut tuition Thursday, but none had concrete plans for slashing the rising cost of legal education.
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Calling conditions at Baltimore’s two circuit courthouses “deplorable,” Clerk of Court Frank M. Conaway Sr. sent a letter to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake asking for help making the long-sought fixes to the aging facilities. Conditions at the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. ...Read More »
Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge W. Michel Pierson says electricity has been restored to the top four floors of the Courthouse East building. Normal operations will resume in the courthouse on Wednesday after two days of limited function, according to ...Read More »
The top four floors of the six-story Courthouse East in Baltimore are closed due to electrical problems, grinding to a halt most legal proceedings in one of the two Baltimore City Circuit Court buildings. Judge W. Michel Pierson said elevators ...Read More »