Michael Wein, a founding member of the blog, has organized a terrific virtual event for Monday, September 14, from 5:30 to 6:45. Please click here to register.
The Litigation Section and its Appellate Practice Committee is co-sponsoring with the Prince George’s County Bar Association a virtual Appellate Practice program. This program will include a discussion of new appellate rules, final judgements for appeals, issue recognition and drafting questions presented.Read More…
A highlight of the year for the MSBA Appellate Practice Committee is the annual Supreme Court Term in Review panel in Ocean City. Although COVID canceled this year’s MSBA Legal Summit, I’m pleased to report that the panel will be moving online. The registration link is here.
We have a terrific all-#AppellateTwitter lineup, with Jaime Santos (@Jaime_ASantos), partner with Goodwin’s Appellate Litigation practice, and co-host of the Strict Scrutiny podcast (@StrictScrutiny_); Lindsay Harrison (@LinzCHarrison), partner with Jenner & Block’s Appellate & Supreme Court group; and Amir Ali (@theamirali), Deputy Director of the Supreme Court and Appellate Program at the MacArthur Justice Center, and director of the Criminal Justice Appellate Clinic at Harvard Law School.
The event will be Monday, July 27, at 10:00 a.m. CLE credit is available, and the event is $29 for MSBA members and $59 for non-MSBA members
On Friday, I’ll have the pleasure of moderating the annual Supreme Court Term in Review panel at the MSBA Annual Meeting. The program is sponsored by the MSBA Section of Litigation and its Appellate Practice Committee.
Our all-#AppellateTwitter panelists this year are: Read More…
A Necessary and Proper Post on the 200th Anniversary of McCulloch v. Maryland and the Upcoming Maryland Bicentennial Symposium
On March 6, 1819, exactly 200 years ago today, Chief Justice John Marshall issued his landmark McCulloch v. Maryland opinion, on behalf of a unanimous Supreme Court. On its face, McCulloch confirmed the federal power to create a national bank free from state taxation. But more enduring than the national bank’s charter (which expired by 1836) is the holding in favor of Congress’s implied powers, under the “Necessary and Proper” clause of the Constitution’s Article I, Section 8. Today, law students and elite legal minds alike continue to study the case and its lasting impact on our government framework and constitutional jurisprudence. Read More…
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Join the MSBA Continuing Legal Education Department for a new presentation of Appellate Practice in Maryland, on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at the University of Baltimore’s John and Frances Angelos Law Center in Baltimore, MD and on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at the Universities at Shady Grove Conference Center in Rockville, MD.
If fish could talk, who would ask an Angler how to catch a fish? These judges can talk. Let’s ask them how to win on appeal.
Questions and Answers on Effective Appellate Practice with The Honorable Daniel A. Friedman and The Honorable Sally D. Adkins (Baltimore location) and The Honorable Daniel A. Friedman and The Honorable Irma Raker (Rockville location).
Leading the event will be Emily Malarkey, Esq., Steven M. Klepper, Esq. and Paul Mark Sandler, Esq. Members and guests will be invited to pose questions of their own.
Registrants will have the chance to buy Appellate Practice for the Maryland Lawyer: State and Federal, Fifth Edition at 10% off its regular sale price.
Two hours of credit with the surrounding MCLE states will be offered. If you cannot join us in Baltimore, the Rockville program will be webcast live concurrently and available online on-demand a week after the program.
For more information and to register for the program follow this links:
ROCKVILLE LOCATION: http://bit.ly/AppellateRockville19
BALTIMORE LOCATION: http://bit.ly/AppellateBaltimore19
This flier just arrived in the email inboxes of MSBA Section of Litigation and Young Lawyer’s Section members. Click here to register. It’s an excellent opportunity to hear from Judges Hotten, Wright, and Fader.
The topics of discussion will include:
- Standards of review
- Issue & error preservation
- The final judgment rule
- Appellate issue selection (COSA)
- Cert. issue selection (COA)
- The brief
- Oral argument
On the evening of Tuesday, November 28, 2017, the MSBA Section of Litigation and its Appellate Practice Committee will be presenting a panel, Maryland Impact Cases, at the Court of Appeals courtroom in Annapolis. The panel includes the always-entertaining Senior Judge Glenn T. Harrell, Jr., alongside Carrie Williams (Chief of the OAG’s Criminal Appeals Division) and Tim Maloney.
Please join us for an evening of networking, dialogue, and presentations discussing recent impact decisions from Maryland’s appellate courts. You can register here.
Information is below:
Robert C. Murphy Courts of Appeal Building
361 Rowe Boulevard
Annapolis, MD 21401
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Social Hour Reception – Foyer to the Courtroom
Cash Bar (Beer & Wine) & Hors D’oeuvres
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. – Court of Appeals Courtroom
Speaker Presentations and Audience Questions
$20.00 for MSBA Litigation Section Members
$35.00 for others
Please register at this link http://www.msba.org/Events/Section_Events/Maryland_Impact_Cases_112817.aspx
or by mailing your check payable to the MSBA, Attention: Angela Munro, 520 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
Hurry because space is limited.