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Lawyer in the Library: August Wrap-up

“Ask a Lawyer” is back in full force after the summer break.  Ten attorneys assisted 37 people with contracts, court procedures, replevin, guardianship, appeals, estates and expungement in August. 202 more words

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Law Library Closed for Labor Day

The Law Library and the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court are closed today, September 3, 2018 for the Labor Day holiday.  According to the U.S. Department of Labor, “Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. 77 more words

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New Look for People's Law Library of Maryland

 The People’s Law Library of Maryland has a new look.  We were accustomed  to the look and feel of this important website since we use it many times everyday and so were a bit surprised to see the new design with Maryland colors pop-up on the screen. 156 more words

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Maryland 2018 Session: New Maryland Laws Effective July 1, 2018

Most new Maryland laws become effective October 1.  However, there are still a number that have an effective date of July 1.  Many of those laws concern alcoholic beverages but some of the other issues include: 111 more words

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Maryland 2018 Session: New Laws -Expungement

This excerpt from the 90 Day Report – A Review of the 2018 Session at E-8 provides a good discussion of the 2018 changes to the expungement law per… 307 more words

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Maryland 2018 Session: New Laws -Divorce and Mutual Consent

This excerpt from the 90 Day Report – A Review of the 2018 Session provides a good discussion of the 2018 changes to the divorce law concerning mutual consent. 587 more words

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Sixth Edition of Pleading Causes of Action in Maryland is Here.

One of the most frequently consulted books in the law library is out in its new edition. The updated version of Pleading Causes of Action in Maryland… 136 more words

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