FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 22, 2014
Scott W. MacMullan appointed to the Maryland State Bar Association Committee on Technology.
This Committee promotes and advances technological support for Maryland lawyers.
About Scott MacMullan Law, LLC
Scott MacMullan Law, LLC focuses on criminal defense and personal injury matters. He also practices estate planning. The firm’s motto is “Local Knowledge You Can Trust.” Scott MacMullan is one of the most active volunteer members of the Maryland State Bar Association. He is now an active member of 4 Maryland State Bar Association Committees and is the current Treasurer of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section.
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The Maryland State Bar Association is a professional, non-profit, voluntary organization comprised of over 23,000 attorneys and judges across the state of Maryland. It monitors judicial and legislative issues in the state, offers legal education opportunities and promotes leadership within its programs that ensure the delivery of quality legal services to all citizens. MSBA is committed to furthering the efficient administration of justice and equality for all under the law.
Founded in 1896, the Maryland State Bar Association celebrated its Centennial over the course of 1996, following the theme “Striving for Justice.” In addition to special events, a 300 page Centennial Book and other promotions, a public service project was an integral part of MSBA’s Centennial.
MSBA is known for its outstanding membership services, dedication to public service and voluntary pro bono efforts. MSBA offers an array of membership services and benefits for its members and works to continually better the legal profession. MSBA promotes the spirit of public service and the spirit of volunteerism. It functions as an excellent mechanism to channel the volunteer efforts of Maryland attorneys to help society, serve to those in need and tackle some of the state’s most pressing problems, like the current legal service to the poor funding crisis. The strength of MSBA lies in its members, and their willingness to volunteer for the public service.