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9/16/2014
Commercial Litigation Section Meeting

9/16/2014
Collaborative Law Section Meeting

9/18/2014
Legal Ethics Committee Meeting

9/19/2014
Personal Injury Litigation Section Meeting

9/22/2014
Membership Benefits Committee Meeting

9/22/2014
Foundation Board of Directors

9/23/2014
Will I Ever Be Able to Retire? (Learning for Life Series)

9/23/2014
New Practitioner Section Happy Hour

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President's Message

Oh The Things They Didn't Teach Us In Law School

     The old adage, "It's not what you know, but who you know" does not hold true in the modern practice of law. As classic overachievers, many of us began to compete in elementary school, continued to work hard to obtain the best grades and then to achieve the highest score on our college SATs. Once in college, we realized  that the competition intensified, culminating in a big push on the LSATs. Having made the grade, we looked around on the first day of law school, and realized that being an overachiever in a classroom of overachievers is not enough, and made even greater strides to excel. Finally upon graduation, we all put in a Herculean effort to sit for the Maryland Bar examination only once.
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