Bowie, MD – The law firm of Alpert Schreyer is pleased to announce that attorney Michael J. Schreyer, founding partner and 25+ year veteran of Maryland Law, has been appointed as a new member of the Trial Courts Judicial Nominating Commission for Charles County.
In a letter from Governor Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr., Hogan said “It is my pleasure to appoint you a member of the Trial Courts Nominating Commission for District 15 – Charles County.“ Schreyer’s term will run until January 15, 2019.
Governor Hogan added “I know we will succeed in our goal to make a positive difference for all Marylanders, especially with your assistance and support.”
Maryland has 16 trial courts judicial nominating commissions, which recommend nominees for judges of the Circuit Courts and the District Court of Maryland. These commissions began operation in 1971 as the Governor’s Commissions on Trial Court Judicial Selection and were reorganized in 1991 as Trial Court Judicial Nominating Commissions.
“This is a true honor,” says Schreyer. “In addition to all of my years practicing law in Maryland, I believe I can make even more of a positive impact on our judicial system and I look forward to this opportunity.”
For over 25 years, Michael Schreyer has practiced law in Maryland, including service as Chariman of the Negligence, Insurance and Workers Compensation Section of the Maryland State Bar Association. He is currently a member of the Interstate Trucking Group of the American Association of Justice, the National Advisory Board of APITLA and the Medical Malpractice Section of the Maryland Association for Justice.
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