Become of member of this dynamic network of more than 1,200 attorneys practicing in Anne Arundel County and the surrounding area.
The Lawyer Referral and Information Service can help you find and meet with the right lawyer for your legal concerns.
The AABA provides many programs to help you to connect with other legal professionals in a fun and relaxed setting.
Participation in an AABA committee is a great way to build leadership skills and network with other attorneys in your practice area.
The new Sheriff Jim Fredericks has been reviewing security screening policies and an update to the Courthouse Beverage Policy has been approved:
The Ask a Lawyer in the Library Program offers citizens the opportunity to talk with a lawyer about their civil, non-family, legal concerns for free.
Maryland Legal Aid has launched a new pro bono program to place a wide variety of civil legal cases with pro bono counsel on behalf of individuals who are within 125% of the Federal poverty limit.
Established in 1931, the Anne Arundel Bar Association is committed to upholding the honor of the profession of law and promoting the administration of justice in our region. We help members strengthen their relationships with other members of the legal profession and with the communities they serve.
• District Court Judges' Schedule
• Circuit Court Daily Docket
• Maryland Electronic Courts Portal
• Maryland Courts Website
• MSBA Courthouse Badge Application
Find an AABA member using our online directory. You can search for members by name, law firm, city or zip code. AABA members should login first to take advantage of the directory's advanced search features. Search the online directory.
|Opportunities for New Lawyers
Beginning a legal career can be both exciting and overwhelming, but the AABA can help you make a strong start. We offer a variety of professional development and networking programs especially for new lawyers. Read more.