The A&C Team worked for our clients at the Maryland Municipal League Annual Meeting earlier this month in Ocean City. This is one of the premier networking events and includes hundreds of elected officials and staff fromgovernment across the state. The A&C conference “kick-off” party is always a highlight.
We were thrilled when the City of New Carrollton selected Alexander & Cleaver as its City Attorney. A&C Attorney Jason DeLoach is pictured with New Carrollton Mayor Andrew Hanko, one of Maryland’s longest serving municipal elected officials. Jason also represents the Town of Brentwood, the Town of Fairmont Heights, and the City of Seat Pleasant. A&C is proud to represent cities and towns across the state in a variety of capacities, including government relations services and specialized legal services for Maryland counties.
Despite working up to the midnight session ending gavel, the hosted our biggest crowd ever for our 22nd Client Appreciation Open House on the last day of the Maryland General Assembly. A&C is known for its NETWORKING events held throughout the year from one end of the state to the other! Now each client will receive their “End of Session 2018 Report” that highlights bills, and topics of interest, as all eyes turn to Maryland’s upcoming elections.
Jim Cleaver and Gary Alexander welcome Raylynn Cummings to the Fort Washington Office as the firm’s newest attorney. The Fort Washington native has been serving as Law Clerk for Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Charles J. Peters, who wished her well: “Raylynn has been a hardworking and outstanding Clerk, and I know she will be an asset to her firm, Alexander & Cleaver, that has a longstanding excellent reputation for representing their clients” Raylynn is a graduate of the University of Maryland College Park, and the University of Baltimore School of Law.
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Alexander & Cleaver Newsletter – April 2017