Training Women Lawyers About the Judicial Selection Process

Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Semmes, Bowen & Semmes
25 South Charles Street, Suite 1400
Baltimore, MD

The Maryland Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society and the National Association of Women Judges present:

 

Training Women Lawyers About the Judicial Selection Process

 

With opening remarks by:

  • Hon. Claudia Barber, Administrative Law Judge, District of Columbia Office of Administrative Hearings; Director, District 4, National Association of Women Judges

With guest moderator:

  • Hon. Marcella A. Holland, Circuit Administrative Judge, 8th Judicial Circuit, Maryland; Chair, Conference of Circuit Judges, State of Maryland

A panel discussion featuring:

  • Hon. Angela M. Eaves, Associate Judge, District 9, Harford County, District Court of Maryland
  • Charles L. Fuller, Attorney, Law Office of Charles L. Fuller; Member, Appellate Judicial Nominating Committee, District 9, Howard County
  • Patricia E. Campbell-Smith, Chief Special Master, United States Court of Federal Claims
  • Marisa Trasatti, Principal, Semmes, Bowen & Semmes; Chair, Judicial Nominations Committee, Maryland Defense Counsel

 

Learn more about the judicial selection process for both the courts and the government, including administrative law and board of contract appeal tribunals.  A distinguished panel of jurists and judicial selection commission members will be present to answer your questions.

 

To register, email District 4 NAWJ Director Claudia Barber at claudiaabarber@aol.com and/or call (202) 724-5474.

 

Seating is limited, and an early registration is recommended.