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The Mentoring Program matches newly admitted attorneys with experienced practitioners based on geography and practice area.  Six in-person meetings are required during the one-year mentoring term to successfully complete the program. Read More


Provides an educational forum for attorneys to discuss topics of professionalism that arise locally and nationwide.

Transition from Law

The Maryland Professionalism Center seeks to determine factors that have been identified in this State and nationally as contributing to issues affecting attorneys who are transitioning from legal practice.

Our Mission

The Maryland Professionalism Center serves as the hub of professionalism efforts in Maryland. Created by the Court of Appeals, the Center’s mission is to support and encourage members of the Judiciary to exhibit the highest levels of professionalism and to support and encourage lawyers to exercise the highest levels of professional integrity in their relationships with their clients, other lawyers, the courts, and the public to fulfill their obligations to improve the law and the legal system. Through the work of the board of directors and its subcommittees, and oversight from the Court of Appeals, the Center continues to develop initiatives that promote civility among attorneys and enhances the public’s trust in the legal community.