DAVID B. MITCHELL, Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court
Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since 1984 (Administrative Judge, Juvenile Court, 1984-95).
Assistant chief, Case Preparation Unit, State's Attorney's Office, Baltimore City, 1972-73. Assistant Public Defender, Baltimore City, 1973. Board of Directors, Federal Pretrial Release Program, 1975-84. Board of Advisors, Dundalk Community College Paralegal Program. Member, Attorney Grievance Commission, 1979-83; Character Committee, 8th Judicial Circuit, 1979-84; Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, 1983-84; Maryland Juvenile Justice Advisory Council, 1985-89. Chair, Committee on Juvenile and Family Law and Procedure, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1986-88.
Born in Bronx, New York, May 25, 1945. The Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey; Fisk University, B.A., 1967; Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 1970. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1970. Member, National Bar Association (committees on professional ethics & commercial law); Maryland State Bar Association (council of juvenile & family law; committees on professional responsibility & fee disputes); Monumental City Bar Association (past vice-pres.; chair, judicial selections committee); National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (chair, metropolitan court judges committee, 1988-89; board of trustees, 1988). Associate, Brown, Allen & Josey, 1970-72. Founding partner, Mitchell & Lee, 1973-84. Lecturer and faculty, National College of Juvenile and Family Law. Past member, Board of Trustees, Visiting Nurse Association of Baltimore, Inc.; American Society of Hospital Attorneys. Chair, Board of Trustees, Associated Marine Institutes. President, Board of Trustees, The Peddie School; Fort Smallwood Marine Institutes, Inc. Member, Church of the Holy Trinity. President, Baltimore Fisk Club. Member, Inter-Alumni Council of Maryland; Intergovernmental Relations Committee, United Way of Central Maryland. Lawrence S. Greenbaum Prize for Appellate Advocacy, Columbia University School of Law.
July 10, 1998
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