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Sarah David: Volunteering to help front-line workers

Many professionals are struggling with how to navigate working exclusively from home, how to balance work and childcare, and how to adjust to the many challenges this time presents. Three women have taken this challenge in stride and developed a ...

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In these challenging times, remember to be kind

This is an incredibly challenging time for our country and the world. As young professionals, we likely find ourselves especially challenged as we try to complete a day of work from home with young children demanding our attention, and as ...

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Md. state prosecutor appoints two new deputy state prosecutors (access required)

Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard announced two new deputy state prosecutors on Monday: Charles Blomquist and Sarah David. Blomquist comes to the office after nearly two decades at the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, where he recently served as chief ...

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Speak up! We need to spread the word about the law.

“Does the witness have a subpoena or not?” It might sound like a question from a judge, opposing counsel or court clerk, but this was in fact a question from a ninth-grade student at the recent Civics and Law Academy ...

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Need a hug? So do the animals at BARCS.

“The better I get to know men, the more I find myself loving dogs.” —Charles de Gaulle (former president of France) For many young professionals, it is hard to think about adopting a pet. With long work hours and considerations about ...

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How to spark joy

The recent snowstorm gave me the opportunity to watch the Netflix series “Tidying Up,” which highlights how we can benefit from eliminating things from our life that do not “spark joy.” I started thinking about this at a large law ...

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Looking for resolutions? Try board service

During the holiday season, people focus on what they can do for one another, but the week after New Year’s Day is when people think about how to improve themselves. For years the most popular New Year’s resolutions have dealt ...

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