Serving Howard County since 1941

Organization dedicated to serving the cause of justice and building respect.

Leading Outpatient Addiction Program Now Offering Court Liaison Services

Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers is a nationally accredited outpatient addiction program that has been providing treatment in the Maryland DC market since 1973.  Six offices with convenient day and evening hours.  Long known for quality and the ability to simultaneously treat mental health disorders that can impact a patient’s recovery, Kolmac is now taking the extra step to provide court liaison services.  The ability to speak to the intensity and quality of our program in court often helps mitigate the legal outcomes for our patients. To learn more about our program please visit www.kolmac.com.

Business Valuation Experts

Chesapeake Valuation Advisors is an area leader in business valuation and litigation support services with extensive experience and credentials in valuing privately owned businesses for some of the largest law firms and accounting firms, and healthcare institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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The Mission of the Howard County Bar Association, Inc. (HCBA) is to promote excellence in the practice of law and the administration of justice through service, education, advocacy, and collegiality for the benefit of the profession and the community.

The Howard County Bar Association, Inc. (HCBA) is an organization dedicated to serving the cause of justice and building respect and understanding for the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of Maryland, and the laws thereof.

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// Judiciary Walk-In Center to Provide Free Legal Help in Baltimore

(BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – September 19, 2017) – The Maryland Judiciary is expanding services for Baltimore residents who have civil legal matters in District Court.  On Friday, September 22, Maryland Court… Continue Reading

// Judge Brian D. Shockley Named Administrative Judge for Worcester County Circuit Court

(ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, July 28, 2017) ‒ Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera today announced that Worcester County Circuit Judge Brian D. Shockley will serve as Administrative Judge of… Continue Reading

// Baltimore City Circuit Court Launches Mediation Pilot Program

(BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, July 6, 2017) — The Circuit Court for Baltimore City, in an effort to improve access to justice for litigants involved in criminal misdemeanor cases, recently launched a… Continue Reading