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Lock installed as president of Maryland Association for Justice

Louise A. Lock was installed last month as president of the Maryland Association for Justice Inc. Her practice, in Towson, focuses on medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, product liability and serious, personal injury matters. Lock was most recently co-chair of ...

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Stagnant legal market tough for recent law school grads

When most of the class of 2011 applied for law school, the legal market was booming. But by the time they embarked on their legal education in the fall of 2008, it became abundantly clear that the economy had tanked, ...

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Human rights symposium to celebrate 100 years of Legal Aid

In 1911, the Legal Aid Bureau was founded in Baltimore by the Federated Charities as part of a trend to form societies to help immigrants and the poor with their legal problems. Fast-forward a century, and Legal Aid is inventing ...

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Law libraries around Baltimore trading in books for bytes

Ferguson, Schetelich & Ballew P.A.’s law library is a small, windowless room far away from the lawyers’ offices at the Baltimore firm. Network servers hum beneath the dim lights and multiple blue Ethernet cables burst through the ceiling tiles. Bookshelves ...

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Wyatt joins Kramon & Graham as an associate in its litigation group

Jeremy C.B. Wyatt has joined Kramon & Graham as an associate in the Baltimore firm’s litigation group. Wyatt will represent clients in business and professional liability litigation, as well as provide transactional advice to nonprofit organizations. Before joining Kramon & ...

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Md. law firms rethink approach to summer associate programs

Summer associate programs at some of the larger and mid-sized law firms around Baltimore are a mixed bag this year. Some firms, like Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP and Ballard Spahr LLP, have jettisoned the programs for 2011; others, like ...

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