Bar Bulletin

November, 2004

By Janice Jones-Branch

Volunteers Needed for December New Admit Swearing-In Ceremony

Volunteers are gearing up to welcome the new admits that are being sworn-in to the Maryland Bar December 14-16, 2004, at the Court of Appeals in Annapolis, Maryland. MSBA volunteers will shake hands with the new admits, congratulate them, welcome them to the bar and hand out packages of information about the MSBA.

If you would like to participate as part of the welcoming team, please call J.J. Branch, Membership Committee Liaison, at the Maryland State Bar Association at (410) 685-7878, ext. 3015, or send an e-mail to

Take the MSBA Online Survey!

MSBA wants to know your thoughts and priorities on a variety of issues, including membership benefits, technology, quality of life and professional satisfaction. Your opinion absolutely counts! Tell us what you think and we will carefully evaluate your input, using it to guide future action. We will respond to your professional membership needs as we strive to improve and update service and delivery of the important products and information you require. Make certain your voice is heard! Go to [link removed, survey expired] to link to the online surveys.

New MSBA Member Benefit: Postini Anti-Virus Protection and Spam Filtering

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