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April 30, 2009
Contact: Janet Eveleth
Jason Zeisloft
(410) 685-7878
Release No. 09-005


-Depict How Law Impacts Life of Young People-

            Youth Videos depicting How the Law Impacts the Life of Young People will be previewed at the Maryland State Bar Association’s (MSBA) Law Day celebration on May 13 at the Sheppard Pratt Conference Center. The ten videos hail from MSBA’s first “Law in Your Daily Life” video contest which challenged Maryland’s youth, and the general public, to creatively capture how the law impacts their daily life on a three minute video and submit it to MSBA for cash prizes.
           The preview of the videos is one of the highlights of MSBA’s Law Day Conference, an all day gathering of 170 high school students, teachers and lawyers from across the state, which will explore the law’s impact on today’s young people, focusing on everything from MySpace, Face Book, YouTube and one’s online reputation to the prosecution and prevention of internet crime.  Chief Judge Robert M. Bell, Court of Appeals of Maryland, will offer keynote remarks.

              The event will be held at the Sheppard Pratt Conference Center in Towson, 9 AM to 3 PM.  The videos, seven from the under 18 year-old category and three from the 18+ category, will be aired, and the winners announced, at 2 PM, after the audience selects its own “People’s Choice” winner.  For more information on the Law Day Conference, a public service program sponsored by MSBA, contact Jason Zeisloft at

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A Voluntary, non-profit membership organization, the Maryland State Bar Association is comprised of more than 23,000 attorneys and judges. The MSBA monitors judicial and legislative issues, offers legal education opportunities and promotes leadership within the legal profession. The MSBA offers public service programs to ensure the delivery of quality legal services to all citizens and is committed to furthering the efficient administration of justice and equality for all.