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12/2/2014
Bar Luncheon

12/3/2014
Circuit Court Bench Bar Committee Meeting

12/3/2014
Youth Courthouse Project Committee

12/4/2014
District Court Bench Bar Committee Meeting

12/8/2014
Executive Committee Meeting

12/9/2014
Real Estate Law Section Meeting

12/9/2014
Strategic Planning Committee Meeting

12/10/2014
Elder Law Section Meeting

Pride in Membership,
Leadership in Justice

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We provide access to, and improve the administration of justice in our ever-evolving community.
We offer valuable benefits, services and opportunities to our members.

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President's Message

     Kudos to the Committee To Retain The Sitting Judges and our poll volunteers. I wish to especially acknowledge the extraordinary efforts of Bill Davis, Chair, David Merkin, Treasurer, Jeremy Rachlin, Tracy Phillips and Caitlin Grant, Volunteer Coordinators, as well as Mimi Magyar, Bruce Marcus, Sydney Patterson, and a host of others. The committee, with the support of over 350 volunteers, many of whom are BAMC members, manned the polls at the primary, early voting and the critical day of the general election. Your commitment to the election preserved the important process of maintaining the integrity of the process of selecting judges. The extensive and time consuming service of the committee and our volunteers is greatly appreciated and positively reflects on our efforts as an Association to best serve the residents of Montgomery County.


Noblesse Oblige
(Great Privilege Creates Great Responsibility)

     We are all greatly privileged to be members of the Maryland Bar and acknowledge our responsibility to improve the administration of justice for all. Although we receive many membership benefits, this is not the only reason to be a BAMC member or sponsor. Did you ever wonder how the revenues from fundraising projects support and serve the community? In addition to numerous charitable organizations, including but not limited to, the Maryland Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, Shepherd’s Table and Family Justice Center, these funds support the development of important new programs such as the Drug Court.

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