Robert C. Murphy Courts of Appeal Building
361 Rowe Boulevard
F Todd Silver 410-260-1488
Sally Rankin 410-260-1488
ANNAPOLIS, MD (February 24, 2004)—The Maryland State Law Library has rescheduled its latest lecture, “The Maryland Declaration of Rights, 1776-2004,” for Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 12:00 p.m. at the Maryland State Law Library, located in the Robert C. Murphy Courts of Appeal Building, 361 Rowe Blvd., Annapolis. The lecture, which was postponed on January 28 due to inclement weather, will be given by Dan Friedman, Esq.
Mr. Friedman practices with Saul Ewing in Baltimore, concentrating in commercial litigation and state and local government law. He is also a lecturer and adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland School of Law, where he teaches state constitutional law, torts and appellate advocacy. He has written several articles and is currently working on a book on Maryland constitutional law and history.
“The Maryland Declaration of Rights” is the fourth in a series of lectures being held by the Maryland State Law Library to celebrate its 175 years of service to the State. Topics for future lectures include the value of unreported Maryland court opinions in legal research and the future of legal research. Dates and speakers will be announced throughout the year.
Media are invited to attend. For more information on this event or to RSVP, please contact Catherine McGuire at 410/260-1557 or 410/260-1430, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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