The MSBA Elder Law & Disability Rights Section brings together MSBA members with a shared interest in elder law; promotes the continuing legal education of the bar in the field of elder law; sponsors elder law publications for the benefit of the bar and the public; works on a cooperative basis to improve the law and promote the interest of the public and members of the Bar in elder law; and promotes the delivery of free or reduced-fee legal services to the low-income elderly.
The Maryland State Bar Association (“MSBA”) is committed to promoting and encouraging diversity and inclusion within the legal profession. Our strength and success as a profession is driven by our members, who represent a diverse array of characteristics and backgrounds. We must celebrate and foster this diversity because it shapes our perspectives, broadens our capabilities, and enhances our ability to serve our clients and our communities. In furtherance of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, the MSBA established the Diversity and Inclusion Committee (the “Committee”).
The Committee is charged with executing this commitment in a manner that celebrates our differences and creates an environment in the MSBA in which all individuals are encouraged to join, thrive and lead the legal profession regardless of race, color, gender, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other characteristic of identity.