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COVID’s Impact on Maryland’s Legal Profession

How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected Maryland’s legal industry? The Maryland State Bar Association and The Daily Record surveyed the legal community this summer to find out. Our statewide survey asked attorneys how they adjusted their practices. Did they downsize? Set up safety protocols? What happened to their caseloads? Were they able to use technology to serve their clients? And what is likely to permanently change in the way they do business?

Our hour-long free webinar explores the key findings of the survey.

10 a.m. Oct. 28, 2021

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Sponsored by:

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Panelists:

Daniel Bloom
Randi Lewis
M. Natalie McSherry
Daniel Bloom
Vice President, Research
Best Companies Group
Randi Lewis
Managing Director,
Major, Lindsey and Africa
M. Natalie McSherry
President,
Maryland State Bar Association

Moderated by:

Tom Baden
Thomas Baden Jr.
Editor,
The Daily Record

Daniel Bloom is vice president, research at Best Companies Group, leading all research and executing more than 150 programs each year. Together, these syndicated and custom projects consist of interviews of over 600,000 employees at more than 5,000 companies annually. Daniel has more than a quarter century of experience at global research companies and at Bank of America across a wide range of product categories. Daniel is a former Fulbright Fellow to the Universidad Central de Venezuela and authored a weekly column for The Daily Journal (Caracas) on Venezuelan Presidential Elections. An avid fan of Philadelphia sports teams, Daniel also enjoys jazz, classic movies, and visiting his children.

Randi Lewis is a Managing Director with the Partner Practice Group at Major, Lindsey and Africa, which for 35 years has helped, the world’s leading law firms, lawyers and corporations navigate the legal landscape. She places partners, groups and associates into law firms of all sizes in Maryland and surrounding areas, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Richmond and other cities. Randi also collaborates with the company’s in-house team to place lawyers in legal departments of local, regional and global businesses. She is a trusted strategic partner who works closely with law firm leaders on strategic practice acquisitions. Randi writes a regular column for The Daily Record.

M. Natalie McSherry is a Principal in the Firm of Kramon & Graham, P.A. Her practice is concentrated in commercial litigation and health care. For more than 30 years, she has litigated a variety of matters, including medical negligence, credentialing, licensing, professional liability claims, condemnation cases and commercial disputes. Ms. McSherry was elected to the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2005. She is listed in Best Lawyers in America in the area of Commercial Litigation, Benchmark Litigation as one of the Top 250 Women in Litigation in America, and Maryland Super Lawyers since 2007 as one of the State’s top 50 attorneys and top 25 women attorneys. She currently serves as the President of the Maryland State Bar Association, and has previously chaired the Maryland Bar Foundation.

Thomas Baden Jr. has been the editor of The Daily Record since March 2014. Prior to that, he was a senior editor at newspapers in Bridgeport and Danbury, Conn., Salt Lake City, Utah, and Harrisburg, Pa. He also was a congressional correspondent and covered national politics and the White House for the Newhouse News Service.