MAJ’s New Civil Rights and Constitutional Law Section

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The Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ) has announced their newest resource for attorneys, the Civil Rights and Constitutional Law Section. The MAJ advocates for the preservation of the civil justice system, the protection of the rights of consumers and the education and professional development of its members. Partner Michael Winkelman is on the Board of Governors for the MAJ and is proud to sit alongside other civil rights attorneys and advocates as Vice Chair-Elect for the new Civil Rights and Constitutional Law Section. This new section of the MAJ will help attorneys prosecute civil rights violations, and expand access to justice, through collaboration, training, and outreach.

The full press release can be read below.

Current MAJ members can join the Civil Rights and Constitutional Law Section by visiting www.mdforjustice.com/JoinCRCL. For non-members, to join MAJ and the Section at no additional cost for the remainder of 2020, please take advantage of the Summer Sale of 50% off normal dues at www.mdforjustice.com/SummerSale.

The attorneys at McCarthy, Winkelman & Mester, L.L.P. can help if you are a victim of police brutality or other constitutional violations. Our lawyers can provide knowledgeable guidance about protecting your rights. To set up a free consultation, call us today at 301-262-7422 or complete our contact form.

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