Fourteen alumni from the University of Baltimore School of Law are profiled in the latest edition of The Daily Record’s Leadership in Law edition. Congratulations to all 14 for this impressive career achievement!
In alphabetical order, they are:
- Terrence Artis, J.D. ’99
- Hon. Kendra Ausby, J.D. ’97
- Gregory Care, J.D. ’06
- Stanford Gann Jr., J.D. ’89
- Angela Grau, J.D. ’93
- Kevin Kelehan, J.D. ’77
- Margret Mead, J.D. ’89
- Richard Neuworth, J.D. ’80
- Christopher Rahl, J.D. ’96
- Kimberly Wagner, J.D. ’88
Three alumni are included in the newspaper’s 2018 Generation J.D. honorees:
Finally, Thomas Minkin, J.D. ’65, is one of four members of the Maryland legal community being recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
According to The Daily Record, this is the 18th year the newspaper has recognized members of the statewide legal community for their exemplary work. Winners were selected by a panel of legal and business leaders.
“Our Leadership in Law honorees are committed to excellence. They work tirelessly to uphold high legal standards in Maryland and devote much time serving as mentors to the next generation of legal professionals,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “The recipients of our Lifetime Achievement Award are well-respected members of Maryland’s legal community who stand out for their professionalism and dedication to mentoring. Our Generation J.D. honorees are making their marks in the courtroom and in the community. We at The Daily Record are pleased to recognize the achievements of all our honorees.”
Nominations for all the awards were received from The Daily Record‘s readers in addition to area law firms, bar associations, chambers of commerce and the business and legal communities at large. Nominees were asked to complete an application that outlined their career accomplishments, community involvement and mentoring activities that would distinguish them as outstanding leaders in the law.
One top honoree will be announced at the celebration event on May 17 at the BWI Hilton. That person will be determined by a vote of this year’s 26 Leadership in Law honorees.