Member, Commission to Modernize State Procurement, 2016-.
Member, Maryland State Arts Council, 2004-07 (vice-chair, 2006-07); Governor's Commission on the Administration of Elections, 2005-06; Maryland Judicial Campaign Conduct Committee, 2005-.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland. April 7, 1950. Williams College, B.A., 1972; University of Pennsylvania School of Law, J.D., 1975. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1975; U.S. Supreme Court, 1986; District of Columbia, 2000. Attorney. Legal Counsel, Maryland Republican Party, 1982-96, 1998-2003. Executive Director, Republican State Central Committee, 1996-97. Principal, Semmes, Bowen and Semmes (chair, business law department). Member, American Bar Association; Maryland State Bar Association (special committee on court house construction, 2004-13; board of governors, 2008-10, 2013-; judicial appointments committee, 2008-12); Baltimore City Bar Association (chair, young lawyers section, 1986-87; judicial selections committee, 2003-04; law sponsorship committee, 2008-13; president, 2007-08). Fellow, American Bar Foundation (co-chair, maryland fellows, 2009-13); Maryland Bar Foundation; Baltimore Bar Foundation (president, 2005-06). Board of Directors, Baltimore Bar Library, 2007-13. President, Young Victorian Theatre Company, 2001-06. President, Maryland Citizens for the Arts, Inc., 2004-06. Board of Directors, Thomas Wilson Foundation; Radio Reading Network of Maryland for the Blind and Disabled; Ruxton Area Foundation. Past president, Ruxton-Riderwood-Lake Roland Area Improvement Association. Member, Emmanuel Episcopal Church (former senior warden; past chair, 125th anniversary capital campaign). Married; one child.
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