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In the Latest Issue of Maryland Super Lawyers & Rising Stars Magazine…

In the Latest Issue of Maryland Super Lawyers & Rising Stars Magazine…

MDSL12.jpgThe latest issue of Maryland Super Lawyers magazine is now available online, as a digital magazine, and, of course, in print.

Find out how Baltimore criminal defense attorney Kenneth Ravenell rose from sharecropper’s son to argue before the U.S. Supreme Court–and how, in that appearance, he got a chuckle out of Justice Antonin Scalia.

Discover what assurances employment lawyer Kathleen Cahill can no longer make to her clients–and why.

Read how insurance coverage litigator Jeffrey Wothers landed Lloyd’s of London as a client, and why the founder of his firm was jailed by Pres. Abraham Lincoln.

We’ve got an article on how business lawyer Lawrence S. Jacobs has been helping same-sex couples plan their estates for 15 years.

We find out from three attorneys–family law lawyer Susan Carol Elgin of Towson, land use lawyer Deborah Dopkin, also of Towson, and mergers and acquisition attorney John B. Frisch of Baltimore–how their practice areas have changed in the last year.

Since the inception of Maryland Super Lawyers magazine in January 2007, our top point-getter has been Andrew Jay Graham of Kramon & Graham in Baltimore, whom we profiled, in the cover feature, “The Lawyer’s Lawyer,” in 2009. This year it’s Paul D. Bekman of Salsbury, Clements, Bekman, Marder & Adkins in Baltimore, whom we profiled in the feature, “The Gentleman,” in 2008.

Top lists can be found here.

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