Maryland Rule 16-504.1 Survey

The Supreme Court of Maryland has requested input from members of the MSBA Litigation Section regarding proposed Rule Changes related to the process for public access to electronic recordings of criminal cases.

Please read more information and take this feedback survey.


Now Announcing: MSBA Connect

Online Discussion Platform Upgrade

The MSBA is excited to launch our brand new online discussion platform, MSBA Connect! This new tool will replace the current Email Discussion Lists (more commonly referred to as the MSBA’s ListServs) as we modernize our online presence. MSBA Connect will provide members with a more functional and reliable means of connecting with each other well into the future.

Make sure you’re logged in with the email you use for your MSBA account and click the button below. You’ll find detailed FAQs and “How-To” videos to help you get started.

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About Our Section

The MSBA Litigation Section works to elevate the level of trial and appellate practice in State and Federal courts serving Maryland and increase the professionalism of the general litigation attorney; provides a forum for exchanging ideas among Section members and the Association, as well as between the Section and other groups in matters of interest to litigators; considers issues with respect to rules, procedures, and practices of litigation, and presents recommendations on those issues; develops relevant materials and seminars for continuing legal education; establishes and maintains regular contact with the State and Federal judiciary to achieve resolution of problems of mutual concern; and generally promotes and furthers the interests of the profession within the field of litigation.


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Angela Munro

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