JAMES T. SMITH, JR., Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court

Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit, since 1985.

Deputy Public Defender, District 8, Baltimore County, 1973-77. Member, Baltimore County Council, 1978-85 (chair, 1982, 1985). Chair, Baltimore County Charter Review Commission, 1989-90. President, Maryland Circuit Judges Association, 1993-95. Chair, Executive Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1995 (vice-chair, 1994-95).

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, February 8, 1942. Wheeling Jesuit College, B.A., 1964; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1968. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1968. Law practice, Smith, Johns & Smith, P.A., 1968-85. Vice-Chair, Baltimore County Community College Task Force, 1976. Founder, organizer, Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon (R.O.G.) Coordinating Council. Board of Governors, Hannah Moore Center School, 1986; St. Thomas Moore Society, 1989. Member, Knights of Columbus Council no. 5208, Glyndon. Former member, Reisterstown Revitalization Study Task Force; Employment Steering Committee, National Association of Counties; Hathaway Improvement Association; Reisterstown Jaycees; Reisterstown Area Recreation Council. Outstanding Young Man of Reisterstown, 1974. Chosen one of five Outstanding Young Marylanders by Maryland Jaycees, 1975 (JCI Senator, 1979). One of Eighty to Watch, Baltimore Magazine, 1980. Distinguished Alumnus Award, Wheeling Jesuit College, 1987. Member, J. Dudley Digges Inn of Court, 1988 (pres., 1992). Sacred Heart Church Parish Council, 1993-95.

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