The Bar Association of Baltimore City is the first Bar Association formed in the State of Maryland and one of the oldest in the Nation. Incorporated on January 15, 1880, its mission was "to aid in maintaining the honor and dignity of the profession, to promote legal science, and further the administration of justice." Though the practice of law has become more complex, these are still the goals to which we strive today.
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“WINTER IS NO TIME TO NOT GO OUT AND ENJOY A TUSCAN SUN NO-STRESS HAPPY HOUR”
NO RSVPs REQUIRED • NO AGENDA • NO HIGH PRICES
NO NEED TO BE A BABC MEMBER (APPLICATIONS AVAILBLE)
OPEN TO ALL GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYERS
Thursday, February 5th, 5-7pm
Brio Tuscan Grill
100 E. Pratt St.
(Approx. 4 blocks from Court House)
*Happy Hour Pricing on Food & Drinks*
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-539-5936
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Thursday, January 29, 2015
The Bar Association of Baltimore City Continuing Legal Education Committee and Maryland Volunteer Lawyers’ for the Arts Present
Recovering Stolen Art: Providence and Provenance Returns a Lost Renoir to the BMA
View the dazzling Renoir painting "On the Shore of the Seine" now again hanging in the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) after a six-decade disappearance. Hear the riveting story of the legal wrangling from Presenters Doreen Bolger, Director of The Baltimore Museum of Art, and BMA counsel Marla J. Diaz, Esquire, of Whiteford Taylor and Preston, LLP, and learn the legal requirements to prove ownership of a work of art.
Baltimore Museum of Art
Thursday, January 29, 2015
The Bar Association of Baltimore City Lawyer Referral and Information Service Committee and the Monumental City Bar Association Present
Representing and Advising Clients in Police Brutality Cases
"NON-MEMBERS - Representing and Advising Clients in Police Brutality Cases": $40.00
Wednesday, Februrary 4, 2015
The Bar Association of Baltimore City Estates and Trusts Committee Nichole M. Galvin and Michaela C. Muffoletto, Co-Chairs Presents
Third Annual State of the Orphans’ Court for Baltimore City and Register of Wills
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Clarence Mitchell Courthouse, Room 504
(Bar Library Brown Room)
100 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Lunch generously sponsored by
Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin & Gibber, P.A.
"NON-MEMBERS - Third Annual State of the Orphans’ Court for Baltimore City and Register of Wills": $40.00
MUSEUM OF BALTIMORE LEGAL HISTORY NEEDS YOU!
Do you enjoy spending your lunch time in wonderful surroundings?
If your answer to these questions is "YES," you will want to become a Volunteer Docent for the Museum of Baltimore Legal History
Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse
Training is available on the first Thursday of each month (or by appointment) at the Museum.
You will be glad you did!!
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The Maryland Entrepreneur's Guide is online!
The Maryland Entrepreneur's Guide is designed as an essential one-stop informational shop now published in online form as "Wikibook media" in a joint effort of the BABC's Business Law Committee and the Business Law Section of the MSBA, in conjunction with the Business Law Society of the University of Maryland School of Law.
The Guide provides a comprehensive index and description of critical information about establishing, funding, and growing businesses in the Free State. For more information, go to http://mdenthandbook.org/
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 Deadline for Nominations for Paul A. Dorf Memorial ADR Award
|BABC Offers "Convenience Center" For Its Members |
Need private space to meet with your client or accomplish a little work while in the Courthouse? Need to make a phone call or make a few copies? How about a cup of coffee or hot tea?
Located on the 6th Floor of Courthouse East at 111 N. Calvert Street, the Bar Association of Baltimore City’s Conference Room is available for the convenience of BABC members.
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No reservation is required (based on availability). You can however reserve the conference room by calling 410-539-5936, x 101 or emailing Patty DeGuilmi at email@example.com.