There are trial programs around Maryland and the nation that are always looking for young lawyers to inspire future lawyers.Read More »
In high school, we were taught there were three separate but equal branches of government. But in practice, separation of powers, this year’s theme for the American Bar Association’s Law Day (celebrated each year May 1), has been more of an ephemeral goal than reality.Read More »
High school students from around Maryland gathered at the Sheppard Pratt Conference Center in Towson on Thursday for the Law Day 2014, presented by the Maryland State Bar Association’s Public Awareness Committee and Citizenship Law Related Education Program.Read More »
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Montgomery County Circuit Judge Marielsa A. Bernard has received the 22nd Annual Jurist Award from the Bar Association of Montgomery County “for upholding the highest standards of the Judiciary and the legal profession.” Bernard was presented with the award May ...Read More »
The Maryland State Bar Association and the American Bar Association advocated for increased court funding Monday during the MSBA’s annual Law Day conference. ABA President William T. Robinson III and Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell spoke at ...Read More »