After two years of connecting virtually, this spring MSBA members have the chance to meet in person to help celebrate the MSBA’s 125th Anniversary. The series of events kicked off in Harford County, with more to follow.
For 125 years, the MSBA has been the home of Maryland’s legal professionals, helping tens of thousands of members to engage in thought leadership, build a legacy of service, and foster connections. In celebration of its commitment to helping attorneys from around the state network and collaborate, the MSBA is holding 125th Anniversary Connections Events throughout the state. The events, which are open to all legal professionals, offer a great opportunity to meet and mingle with local bar leaders and other members of the profession in your community.
Over 30 legal professionals attended the MSBA’s first 125th Anniversary Connections Event, which took place on March 31st at Magerks restaurant in Harford County. The Bar Associations Insurance Agency was a proud sponsor of the event. After two years of virtual gatherings, attendees were eager to connect in person.
Harford County Bar President, Judge Kerwin Miller Sr., and President-elect Krystle Acevedo Howard welcomed MSBA President M. Natalie McSherry. Harford County Circuit Court Judge Angela Eaves, who was recently appointed to the Court of Appeals, attended the event as well, along with local attorneys, judges, and paralegals. Tom Waxter attended as a representative for the Bar Associations Insurance Trust.
The MSBA held its second 125th Connections Event in David’s Restaurant & Bar at Live! Casino in Anne Arundel County on April 5th. Judge Wayne Brooks and Judge Mark Scurti attended, along with past Anne Arundel County Bar President Brian Marsh and numerous attorneys and legal professionals.
Attorneys from Wicomico County, Worcester County and Somerset County had the opportunity to mix and mingle at the Connections Event at Brew River in Salisbury on April 11. President McSherry, MSBA Executive Director Victor Velazquez, and nearly 40 others enjoyed the in-person celebration.
The MSBA will continue to hold 125th Connections Events throughout the remainder of 2022. You can access a list of the events and register to attend here.