2018-19 Committee Chair
Debra B. Cruz
Levin & Gann, P.A.
502 Washington Avenue, Suite 800
Towson, MD 21204
2018-19 Committee Vice-Chair
William F. Alcarese
Turnbull, Nicholson & Sanders, P.A.
29 W. Susquehanna Avenue, Suite 202
Towson, MD 21204
None at this time
The Professionalism Committee is now accepting nominations for the J. Earle Plumhoff Professionalism Award, which will be presented at the Annual Banquet on January 31, 2019. Please email your nomination to Rachel Ruocco (firstname.lastname@example.org) for consideration, no later than Friday, November 16 2018.
The Professionalism Committee requests nominations from Bar Association Members for the annual recipient of the J. Earle Plumhoff Professionalism Award, which will be presented at the Annual Black Tie Banquet in January.
Recipient of this award must:
Be a Baltimore County Bar Association member at least 5 years;
Have made professional contributions to Baltimore County Bar Association activities;
Have made contributions of time and resources that have gone largely unnoticed; and
High marks for dignity, integrity and civility.
Prior Recipients include:
1999 Myles F. Friedman
2003 Richard A. Reid
2005 Leon Berg
2006 Keith R. Truffer
2007 Carolyn H. Thaler
2008 Jennifer B. Aist
2009 Christopher W. Nicholson
2010 Kristine K. Howanski
2011 Harris J. “Bud” George
2012 Mary Roby Sanders
2013 Robert L. Hanley Jr.
2014 Robert J. Steinberg
2015 Herbert R. O’Conor
2016 C. Drake Zaharris
2017 Carl R. Gold
2018 Dominick A. Garcia
On behalf of the BCBA, welcome to the practice of law in Baltimore County! We look forward to meeting you and working with you throughout your career.
In that spirit, we invite you to participate in the BCBA Mentor Program. Get paired with a seasoned attorney for mentorship, advice and networking. This is a great opportunity to make a career long connection with a respected member of the Baltimore County legal community.
The first years of practice, with its many challenges, questions, and fears, can be overwhelming. A mentor can provide guidance, support, and practical wisdom that helps new attorneys navigate this difficult transition. While building relationships is one of the objectives of this program, mentors are not expected to assist new attorneys in finding employment. Of course, it is perfectly appropriate for mentors to invite new attorneys for a coffee or office visit and to make introductions to other legal professionals.
If you are interested in participating, please complete the Mentee Application. A member of the Professionalism Committee will contact you shortly thereafter.
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