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Foundation Announces High School Essay Contest Winners

Does a state have the right to deny a request for a specialty license plate bearing an image of the Confederate flag—or is this a violation of the First Amendment? While the Supreme Court is still considering the case of Walker v. Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, hundreds of Anne Arundel County high school students have already issued their verdicts as participants in the annual Anne Arundel County Bar Foundation High School Essay Contest. Read more.


New Lawyers VA Collection Through May 11

The AABA New Lawyers' Committee is supporting the Public Service and Military Community Outreach Committees of the MSBA Young Lawyers Section in a collection drive for the Loch Raven VA Community Living and Rehabilitation Center. You can support this initiative by donating any of the following items to the collection:  Read more.

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Davi Putzi Installed as 85th President July 8, 2015
Bar Foundation Announces 2015 Essay Contest Winners June 30, 2015
Steve Oberg Installed as 84th President July 1, 2014
Bar Foundation Announces Essay Contest Winners June 19, 2014
Students Celebrate Law Day in County Schools May 1, 2014


AABA in the News

Winners of the High School Essay Contest The Capital July 7, 2015
Steve Oberg Installed as 84th President The Daily Record July 16, 2014
Greg Jimeno Takes Helm of Anne Arundel County Bar Eye on Annapolis June 28, 2013
Anne Arundel Bar Foundation Names High School Essay Winners Baltimore Sun June 17, 2013