Legal Studies Institute at Anne Arundel Community College



In Partnership with Anne Arundel Bar Association

LEG 520 –Effective Presentation of Damages in a Civil Jury Gain knowledge on how to prepare and present a claim for damages effectively in a civil jury trial. Learn what is beneficial and what is detrimental to enhancing a jury’s award for damages.  Learn the fundamentals of analyzing the types of damages, documenting the extent of the injury and assesses the injury’s effect on the plaintiff as well as how to maximize the size of the award.$55.00 (add $10.00 if out of county)


 Speakers:      Alan Cohen, Esq.  & Deborah Potter, Esq.                              When: Nov. 6, 2014; 6 – 8:30 pm
 Where: Room 100, Center for Applied Learning Technologies (CALT) Building


Coming Soon



Worker’s Compensation
Kenneth Macleay, Esq. & Maureen Quinn, Esq.


Appellate Practice
Hon. Glenn Harrell, Hon. Timothy Meredith & Robert Zarbin, Esq.


Mediation Seminars and Trainings

LEG 359 – Mediator Ethics: Self-Determination*  This is a two-hour interactive workshop focusing on the ethical principle of self-determination in Mediation through the use of lecture, interactive video clips, and case discussions.  The MPME Maryland Standards of Conduct for Mediators and Title 17 will be reviewed in the area of self-determination in practice.  Workshop satisfies requirements for MPME and Title 17 continuing education in Ethics training. $50.00 ($60.00 if an out-of-county resident)
* Note: This course satisfies Title 17 continuing education requirements and MPME mandate for continuing education in ethics training. 
Speaker: Kate Quinn, Esq.                                   When: Nov. 12, 2014 6–8:15 pm      
Where:    Room 253, Careers (CRSC) Center



For easy and fast registration, print out a registration form from the website below and fax it to (410) 777-4325 or email a PDF to



101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012 | 410-777-7323
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