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Criminal Law


Legal Resources Staying current on critical issues that face plaintiff attorneys,


their clients and their office takes time, a precious commodity that many of us cannot afford to waste. MAJ provides members with programs and databases that can be accessed quickly to gain the resources to serve the needs of clients and every day office operations.


Affinity Programs MAJ offers discounts and special offers through a host of Affinity Partners on products and service you use every day.


Document Bank Members can access over 10 million documents, complaints, interrogatories, motions briefs, orders and other trial documents.


Deposition Bank 24 hours a day, MAJ members can access depositions, expert leads, trial testimony and verdict settlements.


Defense Experts Database (DED) Tis extensive database contains information on defense expert witnesses including supporting documents dynamically linked to MAJ’s document bank.


Expert/Legal Services MAJ’s web-based index of experts and legal support services is available to members online anytime day or night.


For the latest MAJ news visit . . .


• Defense Experts Database (DED) • Deposition & Document Banks • Expert and Support Services Directory


• Section and Committee News • Register for Educational Programs & Self-Paced Seminars • Renew Membership


• Search for Corporate Discounts Log on Today! 6 Trial Reporter / Summer 2011 Directory


Te annual directory provides complete contact information of members and those who provide services to the legal community. Tis is a great way to stay in contact with your colleagues.


Website


Te MAJ website provides access to member benefits, services, calendars, CLE programs and seminar materials, links to firms, vendors and other legal resources.


Advocacy MAJ is dedicated to improving the civil justice system through


the Association's efforts of providing representation in the state legislature as well as public information and communications.


Legislative Representation Te Legislative Committee and MAJ lobbyists work tirelessly to represent you and your clients’ interest in the state legislature. Together they develop strategies, preserve the civil justice system, and strengthen consumers’ rights and your ability to help serve those who need it most.


Amicus Curiae Te Amicus Committee advances the MAJ mission by filling amicus curiae briefs in cases pending before the Maryland Court of Appeals.


Public Information/Communications Te Public Information Committee provides members with up- to-date information on political and legal issues that affect them and the clients they represent.


MAJ Foundation Te MAJ Public Outreach Committee works with the Board of the MAJ Foundation to raise awareness, and to educate families on safety issues. Te Foundation raises funds to provide bike helmets for young children, smoke detectors for homes across the state, and many other philanthropic projects benefiting Maryland citizens.


To fully take advantage of your membership, visit the MAJ


website at www.marylandassociationforjustice.com, log on and explore your options. Without much digging, you will find the nu$$ets of gold that will give you great rewards. Should you have any questions about accessing your benefits, please contact the MAJ office at (410) 872-0990.


Biography David B. Walls, CAE, CMP is the Executive Director


of the Maryland Association for Justice. In this capacity, Mr. Walls is responsible for the overall operations of the Association. Former managing director for ELM Services, Inc., Mr. Walls has spent more than 34 years in the association, meeting planning and hospitality industries. He earned the prestigious Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation in 2004 and earned his Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) Designation in 1991.


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