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Hogan’s call for diverse high court applicants gets answered again

Maryland Court of Appeals

Gov. Larry Hogan’s call for greater diversity among applicants for two coming Maryland high court vacancies has been answered for the second time in recent weeks. On Tuesday, Columbia attorney Keith S. Blair, who is Black, and Maryland District Court ...

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Hogan seeks more applicants for high court vacancy, cites need for diversity

The Maryland Supreme Court (formerly the Court of Appeals) building in Annapolis. MF-D 9/20/04.

Judges and lawyers residing in Harford and Baltimore counties who desire to serve on Maryland’s top court have less than four weeks to submit their applications after Gov. Larry Hogan said an initial slate of seven applicants did not satisfy ...

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