Incoming Maryland State Bar Association President Henry E. Dugan Jr. spoke to The Daily Record about his plans for the coming year. Dugan wants to see younger members more involved, continue to grow continuing legal education offerings and have members think more about their role in society at large.
Entry-level hiring at big law firms in Maryland has remained sluggish at most firms, leaving many recent grads floundering looking for work. But salaries have crept back up at some offices in the last few years, indicating that firms are competing for the best talent out there with the little resources they are willing to […]
It was a whole lot of fun in the sun in Ocean City. I am still recovering from an overdose of Thrasher’s fries, shaved ice (extra grape syrup please), Fischer’s popcorn and Old Bay at the Hooper’s crab fest. Like Michael, (see “The beach and the Bar Association (and The Daily Record Happy Hour”), I […]
I’ve been a part of this conversation way too often, and the Question never has a satisfactory Answer. Older lawyers (no disparagement intended — to a young lawyer, you’re all older. Also, I hope to be “older” someday, both in terms of age, experience and true wisdom), thinking that I have some insight, ask me […]
Happy Monday! Though the government employees are lucky enough to have the day off, I suspect most of the rest of those in the legal field are slogging away today. To that end, here are a few law links to start your work week: I thought there’d be more outrage at the Semsker decision from […]