COMMITTEE MEMBERS – BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Partner, Hogan & Hartson; U.S. Attorney for the District
of Maryland (1970-1975); resident of Baltimore County.
Of Counsel, Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale and Dorr; U.S.
Attorney for the District of Maryland (1967-1970); Maryland
Attorney General (1979-1987); resident of Baltimore City.
Professor of Law, University of Maryland School of Law;
member, National Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on Judicial Campaign
Conduct; resident of Baltimore City.
Executive Vice President, National Association of Broadcasters'
(NAB) Television Department; former General Manager, WJZ-TV;
resident of Montgomery County.
Director for Member Service, AARP; Former member, Field
Faculty, University of Maryland; resident of Howard County.
Managing partner, Reese and Carney, LLP (Annapolis); Adjunct
Professor (School Law and Disability Law), Johns Hopkins
University; resident of Anne Arundel County.
Dean, University of Baltimore School of Law; former faculty
member, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Southern
Methodist Law School, and Seton Hall University Law School;
resident of Howard County.
Governor of Maryland (1979– 1987);Maryland Senate
(1959-1970); Maryland House of Delegates (1955-1959); resident
of Caroline County.
President and CEO, SunTrust Bank, Maryland; former President,
Greater Baltimore Committee; County Executive, Baltimore
County (1978-1986); Maryland State Senate (1974-1978); Maryland
House of Delegates (1969-1974); resident of Baltimore County.
Partner, Ewing, Dietz, Fountain & Kehoe (Easton); Town
Attorney, Town of Easton; resident of Talbot County.
Maryland House of Delegates (1971– 1987); President,
League of Women Voters of Maryland (1963-1967); resident
of Montgomery County.
Rabbi, Beth El Congregation in Baltimore; Past Chair, Board
of Trustees, Baltimore Hebrew University (1999-2002); resident
of Baltimore County.
Associate Judge, Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, 5th
Judicial Circuit, (1979-2001); resident of Anne Arundel
President, United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local
400 (headquarters- Prince George’s County); resident
of Anne Arundel County.
Partner, Joseph, Greenwald & Laake (Greenbelt); Member,
Maryland House of Delegates (1979-1995) representing Prince
George’s County; resident of Montgomery County.
Principal, A. Dwight Pettit, P.A.; Member, Board of Regents
of the University System of Maryland; President, Monumental
Bar Association (1976-1978); resident of Baltimore City.
President, League of Women Voters of Maryland; member, Attorney
Grievance Commission (2001-present); resident of Baltimore
Partner, Ross, Marsh & Foster; Maryland House of Delegates
(1970-1989), Speaker Pro Tem(1987-1989),Majority Leader
(1979-1987); resident of Montgomery County.
Counsel, Buc & Beardsley (Washington, D.C.); Deputy
Attorney General, Office of the Maryland Attorney General
(1996-2002); resident of Washington, D.C.
Partner, DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Carey; Chairman, Judicial
Nominating Commission for Baltimore City; resident of Baltimore
Principal, Semmes, Bowen & Semmes; Former counsel, Republican
Party of Maryland; resident of Baltimore County.
Principal, Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver, P.C.; President,
Maryland State Bar Association (2001-2002); member, Committee
on Public Trust and Confidence of the Maryland Court of
Appeals; resident of Baltimore City.
Research Director and Legal Projects Manager, The Women’s
Law Center of Maryland (2001-2006), Legal Counsel, Massachusetts
State Senate (1995-1997); resident of Baltimore City.