COMMITTEE MEMBERS – BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Linda Bowler Pierson — Former president, League of Women Voters of Maryland; Attorney Grievance Commission, Member (2001-present); Baltimore City Board of Ethics, Chair (2010-present); Maryland Access to Justice Commission, Member (2009-present); resident of Baltimore City.
Betty Adams — Principle, Adams & Adams (Ellicott City); Chair, Judicial Selection Committee of the Howard County Bar Association; Member, Attorney Grievance Commission (2009-present); resident of Howard County.
Rebecca Saybolt Bainum – Director, Academic Services, University of Baltimore School of Law; Staff Associate, Maryland Judicial Campaign Conduct Committee (2006-2007); Research Director and Legal Projects Manager, The Women’s Law Center of Maryland (2001-2006), Legal Counsel, Massachusetts State Senate (1995-1997); resident of Baltimore City.
Cornelius “Neil” Helfrich – President, Cornelius David Helfrich, PA (Bel Air); former President, Harford County Bar Association; former President, Maryland State Bar Association (2004-2005); Family Law Master (1992-2008); resident of Harford County.
Leigh R. Melton — Partner, Parker, Counts and Melton (Easton); Adjunct professor, University of Baltimore School of Law (2009-present); Faculty Member, Professionalism Committee, Maryland State Bar Association (2008-present); resident of Talbot County.
Leslie Florestano Peek — Assistant Public Defender (Upper Marlboro); Member, Board of Directors, Calvert County Bar Association; Member, Peer Review Committee, Attorney Grievance Commission; Member, Board of Directors, Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse; resident of Calvert County.
Roger Perkins — Principal, the Law Office of Roger A. Perkins (Annapolis) (1978-2010); Assistant City Attorney, City of Annapolis (1980–1982); attorney for the City of Annapolis Board of Appeals (1986-2003, 2005-2008); Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (1991-2010); Member, Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission (1995-present); resident of Anne Arundel County.
Donald B. Robertson — Partner, Ross, Marsh & Foster, Washington, D.C.; Maryland House of Delegates (1971-1989), Speaker Pro Tem (1987-1989), Majority Leader (1979-1987); resident of Montgomery County.
Anamari Jimenez – Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator for the Circuit Court of Baltimore County; Master’s of Law in Intercultural Human Rights and International Law (2011); Maryland Mediator (2013 – present); St. Thomas School of Law Review (2010); Former Student Bar Association Representative, PA (2011-2012); resident of Baltimore County.
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