- Thirteen years after the fact, a Tennessee man convicted of a 2001 racially-motivated murder admits in open court that he killed a Baltimore psychologist too.
- Nine are short-listed for two judicial vacancies in Baltimore City, including one personal-injury lawyer.
- Why should people who don’t live in the violent neighborhoods of Baltimore care about crime there? Well, if for no other reason (and there are lots of reasons), there’s this: more often than we’d like to admit, the violence spills over into the supposed “safe” neighborhoods.
- A state mediation program to help homeowners avoid foreclosure isn’t aiding as many as had been hoped.
- The Court of Special Appeals upholds the Maryland Board of Physicians’ decision to permanently revoke the license of a doctor whose patients complained that he sexually assaulted them. Call me crazy but I say good call.
- As the legal job market continues to stagnate, starting salaries for lawyers fall, unsurprisingly.
- Trying to market using social media? Don’t do this.