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Executive Director's Report Continued from page 8


• Trial Reporter – No, you don’t have to write the articles! Tis is the most common question I receive. Tis Committee meets by conference call once a month to set the theme of upcoming issues and discuss topics for articles of interest to primarily plaintiff attorneys. Although most volunteers have extensive knowledge of the topics and have written for the Journal, all provide a plethora of knowledge of those in the profession who are experts in the topic. Most Committee members also edit articles for content and reference sources. Te staff provides grammatical edits as necessary.


Volunteering is fun, and a unique way to network.


Equally important, it provides the necessary resources to make the Association grow and offer our members the value they come to know and appreciate. Typically, committee Co-Chairs are


appointed by


the President-Elect in the early spring; however, all the committees would welcome you anytime during the year.


FL-MAJ-7x4.5-BW-glova.pdf 11/27/2010 1:09:08 PM MAJ is involvement. looking forward to your support and If you are interested in exploring possible


areas, contact MAJ and we will be glad to talk with you about this exciting venture.


but we must also be good for something,” said Henry David Toreau. MAJ offers members many opportunities to be good for something. 


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.


“Not only must we be good,


10 Trial Reporter / Winter 2012


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