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09/13/16


Five Stein Sperling Attorneys Admitted to Montgomery County Inns of Court

Related Attorney(s): Paul T. SteinJulie B. ChristopherElizabeth J. McInturff

Media Type: Alert

Five Stein Sperling attorneys are once again part of the Montgomery County Inns of Court  for the upcoming year: Paul Stein will continue as Master of the Bench; Casey Florance continues as Barrister and is joined by Julie Christopher and Emily Gelmann, who were previously admitted as Associates; Elizabeth McInturff has been admitted as an associate. Admittees were honored at an event in Rockville, Maryland, on September 13.

The Montgomery County Inns of Court is a chapter of the American Inns of Court, an association of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals from all levels and backgrounds whose mission is to foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility and legal skills. Admission is by application.

The American Inns of Court mission is “to inspire the legal community to advance the rule of law by achieving the highest level of professionalism through example, education and mentoring.”  The organization provides mentoring opportunities for attorneys to learn from the more-experienced attorneys and judges.  


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