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MD Bar Journal
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Volume XXXIV Number 4

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FEATURES

Lawyers Serving the Community

Where has the Passion Gone
by Janet Stidman Eveleth

Why Pro Bono For Me? 
by Mark Scurti

Doing The Good Part Of Our Professional Responsibility
by Sharon E. Goldsmith

Closing The Courthouse Door On Maryland's Poor 
by Jonathan Smith

Pro Bono: A Judge's Perspective
by the Honorable Karen Murphy Jensen

Trial Lawyers For Public Justice
by Nicole Schultheis

Pro Bono Service: Opportunity For Personal And Professional Growth
by Stephen J. Nolan

An Average Day In The Life Of A Legal Services Lawyer
by Alvin I. Frederick

How To Cope With Maryland's New Attorney Discipline Rules
by Alvin I. Frederick

DEPARTMENTS


Practice tips
Do-It-Yourself Investment Fiduciary - Part Two

Attorney Grievance Commission
A New Day for Maryland's Discipline System

Ethics Docket
Attorney's Obligation When Aware of Potential Fraud


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