The MSBA Family & Juvenile Law Section works to improve the administration of justice in the fields of family and juvenile law by bringing together MSBA members concerned with family and juvenile laws for furtherance of these mutual interests, and also works toward reforms and improvements in such laws through legislation or otherwise.
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Beverly Groner Family Law Award
The Honorable Kathleen O’Ferrall Friedman (2002)
The Honorable John F. Fader II (2003)
Senator Sharon Grosfeld (2004)
The Honorable Julia Weatherly (2005)
The Honorable Ann Sundt (2006)
Roger A. Perkins, Esquire (2007)
The Honorable Theresa A. Nolan (2008)
Sheila K. Sachs, Esquire (2009)
Kathleen M. Dumais, Esquire (2010)
Keith N. Schiszik, Esquire (2011)
The Honorable Diane O. Leasure (2012)
The Honorable Louise Scriviner (2013)
Leslie Billman, Esquire (2014)
The Honorable Cynthia Callahan (2015)
Christopher W. Nicolson (2016)
The Beverly Groner Family Law Award was created to provide a vehicle for highlighting the importance of family law to our community, and to celebrate those who improve family law practice in our state. It is named in honor of the late Beverly Ann Groner, the Maryland family law practitioner whose long, distinguished career featured chairing the state commission which researched and drafted the present Marital Property Act and Alimony law.
Marc C. Noren, Esq. Service Award