Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
On September 18, 2020, America lost Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. An icon as a litigator and a jurist, she worked daily to promote our shared purpose to effect diversity, equality, and justice under the law. In 2013, we were privileged to have Justice Ginsburg join us to receive the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland’s highest honor — the Rita C. Davidson award. This recognition is given to honor individuals who have contributed to the integrity of the legal profession, advanced the interests of women engaged in the practice of law, promoted legal education, aided in the administration of justice, and advanced the status of women in society and the legal profession. Justice Ginsburg persisted to advance each of these ideals and dedicated herself to the pursuit of equal justice under the law. Today, we think of Justice Ginsburg's family and friends, and are grateful for her inspiration, her unwavering dedication to the law, and for her leadership in fighting discrimination and for those without power.
Our current chapter presidents are:
Anne Arundel County - Elizabeth Adams
Baltimore City and County and Carroll County – Mary Koch
Harford County – Sarah Gable
Howard County – Tracy Miller
Lower Eastern Shore - Rachel Harris
Montgomery County – Kristina Badalian
Prince George's County – Christine Murphy
Southern Maryland – Ashley Ward
Upper Eastern Shore - Jane Canter
University of Baltimore Law School - Carleyn Bechtel
University of Maryland Law School – LeBrit Nickerson & Maria Bermudez
For contact information, click on About Us (in the tool bar above), then County Chapters.