Bar Counsel Named for Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland
Lydia E. Lawless has been named Bar Counsel for the Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland. Mary Ellen Barbera, Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, announced the Court’s approval of the appointment effective July 1. Read more.
Baltimore City Circuit Court Celebrates New Class of Adult Drug Treatment Court Graduates
Baltimore City Circuit Judge Sylvester B. Cox presided over the Baltimore City Circuit Court Adult Drug Treatment Court graduation along with retired Judges Ellen M. Heller and Judge Thomas J.S. Waxter, Jr. on Friday, May 26, in Baltimore. Read more.
Help With Court Forms
You can take a free online class to learn about the Absolute Divorce form and how to fill it out on June 28. Register here.
Electronic Case Management Launches in Southern Maryland
The Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC) case management system is now operational in Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties. The launch of MDEC in a county makes electronic filing mandatory for attorneys representing clients in civil and criminal cases in District Court, Circuit Court, and any appellate filings that commence in that county. Read more.
Public Alert: Beware of “Court” Scams
The Maryland Judiciary wants to warn the public about “court” scams that have been reported. Read more.
Attorney Information System
The Maryland Judiciary is launching the Attorney Information System (AIS), a new comprehensive database that brings together information about Maryland attorneys maintained by the court-related agencies that support the Court of Appeals in its role regulating the legal profession in Maryland. Read more.
MDEC Launches in Southern Maryland
The Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC) case management system is now operational in Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties. Read More
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