Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, Andy Levy, and Joshua Treem celebrated the prominent career and retirement of Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera, the first female Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals at a celebration hosted by the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA).
Throughout her tenure, Chief Judge Barbera worked tirelessly to streamline the courts and advance racial justice in the civil and criminal justice system, even when confronted with the numerous and unprecedented challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Chief Judge Barbera dedicated her professional life to promoting ideals of equality and justice. The impact of her invaluable service to the State of Maryland will be felt for generations to come,” said Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, managing partner of Brown, Goldstein & Levy. “BGL thanks Chief Judge Barbera for all she has done to improve our state’s judicial system and wishes her much happiness in her retirement.”
Founded in 1982, Brown, Goldstein & Levy provides the highest quality legal services to a broad range of clients, without sacrificing our deep sense of community and social responsibility. By elevating our clients’ voices and fighting for their rights, we seek to bring about a more just world – sometimes one dispute at a time, sometimes through systemic change.