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Vending More Than Chips & Sips

Robert Greenberg’s nonprofit helps people with disabilities

Innovation & Collaboration

Three Maryland family law attorneys reflect on 112 combined years of practice

No Blueprint

Jhanelle Graham Caldwell’s musically paved path to the law

Much Ado About Something

From the stage to the courtroom, Andrew Janet keeps his audience with him

‘I Have to Keep Going’

Losing asylum cases has taught Anna Tijerina so much

Solar Power to the People

Todd Chason got in on the ground floor of Maryland’s solar industry

Boardwalk Empire

Before the law, Joey Kroart helped run his family’s iconic Ocean City art gallery

The Alliance

Ashley Ward says it’s her turn to pull up the next gen of Black women lawyers

On the Wall for Justice

For Bruce Plaxen, it’s about the law, his clients, and what’s right

The Secondary Storyline

As a journalist, Chelsea Crawford saw the story no one else did

In a Strange Land

The resilience of Oana Brooks

To Do Something Useful

Jonelle Ocloo is dedicated to helping immigrants, both on and off the clock

50 for 50

Billy Murphy’s legal career hits the half-century mark

A Sweet Talent

Andrea Sugar is writing her way through the pandemic

The Next Gen Levels Up

Six millennials on ageism, navigating two recessions, the debt burden and the rewards of a legal career

Ms. Maydanich's Neighborhood

The business lit lawyer owes much to Owings Mills

2020 Vision

Almost a decade before the pandemic forced America’s students into virtual school, Granville Templeton’s education-tech startup saw the future

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg’s COVID-19 Online Resource Center for Business Clients

With the law changing every day, Barry Greenberg and his team created an online crisis-response center—in one day