The Bar Association of Baltimore City, Alliance of Black Women Attorneys, Monumental City Bar Association, and the Library Company of the Baltimore Bar are co-sponsoring a Black History Month Program - The Importance of Minority & Specialty Bar Associations in the Legal Profession, on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 in Room 504 Clarence Mitchell Courthouse, 100 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. Our guest speakers are: The Honorable Sidney A. Butcher, District Court of Maryland for Anne Arundel County; Aaron DeGraffenreidt, Esq., Baltimore City Department of Law; Letam Duson, Esq.,The Carter Law Offices, LLC; The Honorable Donna Hill Staton, Co-Founder, Decision Point Strategy Group & Point Law; Jeanne D. Hitchcock, Esq., Special Advisor, Johns Hopkins University and Medical Systems; and Patrick A. Roberson, Esq., Humphreys’, McLaughlin & McAleer. The program will be moderated by The Honorable Lynn Stewart Mays, Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Admission isFREE. Lunch provided. Limited space available – Register Early! RSVP required to info@baltimorebar.org. The Museum of Baltimore Legal History Renovation Campaign includes: making the museum ADA compliant, updating exhibits on Women, African-Americans and Legal Legends, adding exhibits on Latin-American and LGBTQ lawyers, and removing standing exhibits and replace them with digital/interactive ones. For more information on levels of giving, CLICK HERE. To donate online, CLICK HERE.