ALBERT J. MATRICCIANI, JR., Judge, Court of Special Appeals, At Large, since September 2, 2008.
Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, January 20, 1995 to September 2, 2008. Judge in Charge of Family Division, 1996-2001. Director, Business and Technology Case-Management Program, 2001-08. Member, Ad Hoc Committee on the Implementation of Family Divisions, 1997-2002. Member, Executive Committee, 1998-2000, Civil Law and Procedure Committee, 2001-07, and Judicial Council, 2003-, Maryland Judicial Conference. Chair, Family and Domestic Relations Law Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1998-2001. Member, Business and Technology Case-Management Program Implementation Committee, Conference of Circuit Judges, 2001. Circuit Representative, Conference of Circuit Judges, 2002-06. Member, Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, 2005-08. Member, National Council of Family and Juvenile Court Judges, 1996-.
Member, Mayor's Drug Abuse Advisory Council, Baltimore City (chair, 1983-85). Inquiry Panel, Attorney Grievance Commission, 1988-95. Member, Trial Courts Judicial Nominating Commission, 8th Judicial Circuit, 1983-87; Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission, 1987-95. Vice-Chair, Family Violence Council, 1996-98. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, January 20, 1947. Villanova University, B.A. (English), 1969. Served in Maryland Air National Guard, 1969-75. University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1973; The Johns Hopkins University, M.L.A., 1975. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1974; District of Columbia Bar, 1976. Legal Aid Bureau attorney, 1974-80. In legal practice, Baltimore, 1974-95. Partner, Litigation Department, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, 1987-95. Member, American Bar Association (house of delegates, 1998-2000; national conference of bar presidents, 1995-96; national conference of state trial judges, judicial division, 1995-); Maryland State Bar Association (board of governors, 1986-88, 1996-98; select committee on gender equality, 1991-96; litigation section council, 1998-; alternative dispute resolution section council, 2003-); Baltimore City Bar Association (executive council, 1984-87, 1990-2000; president, 1995-96). Member, Maryland Circuit Judges Association, 1995-; American Judges Association, 1996-; American Law Institute, 1997-; American Judicature Society. Board of Trustees, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers (MICPEL), 1993-94. Board of Trustees, University of Maryland Law Review, 1993-96. Member, Baltimore Coalition Against Substance Abuse, 1993-96. Board of Directors, Baltimore Courthouse and Law Museum Foundation, Inc., 1995-2000. Member, Supreme Court Historical Society, 1996-. Fellow, Maryland Bar Foundation, 1989-; American Bar Foundation, 1995-; Baltimore Bar Foundation, 1998-. Member, Serjeants' Inn Law Club (president, 1993-94); Wednesday Law Club; Lawyers' Round Table Law Club. Member, Maryland American Civil Liberties Union, (ACLU) (board of governors, 1983-90); Council on Equal Business Opportunity (board of directors, 1982-89); Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Maryland, Inc. (chair, board of directors, 1982-84); Corner Theater, Inc. (board of directors, 1982-83); Maryland Humanities Council (board of directors, 1998-2005). Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland School of Law, 2003-. Cardin Pro Bono Service Award, University of Maryland School of Law Alumni Association, 1995. Rosalyn B. Bell Award for outstanding achievement in family law, Women's Law Center of Maryland, 2000. Anselm Sodaro Judicial Civility Award, Maryland State Bar Association, 2002. Maryland Top Leadership in Law Award, Daily Record, 2004.
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