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400/Maryland Manual Circuit Court Biographies


DAVID ROSS. Eighth Judicial Circuit, 1968—; chairman, Con-
ference of Circuit Judges. Born in Washington, D.C., April 11,
1929. Attended public schools in Anne Arundel County, Wash-
ington, D.C., Chesterfield County, Virginia, and Petersburg, Vir-
ginia; University of Maryland, LL.B., 1953. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1953. Served in the U.S. Marine Corps. Member,
American, Maryland State, and Baltimore City Bar Associations;

National Conference of State Trial Judges; fellow, Maryland Bar
Foundation, American Bar Foundation, and American College
of Probate Counsel; chairman. Standing Committee on Rules of
Practice and Procedure, Court of Appeals of Maryland; member,
Lawyers' Round Table; participant, 1969, and faculty advisor,
1972, National Judicial College. Member, Board of Appeals, De-
partment of Employment Security, 1957-1959. Member, Order
of the Coif. Married; 2 children.

MILTON B. ALLEN. Eighth Judicial Circuit, 1976—.
Born in Baltimore, December 10, 1917. Attended
Baltimore public schools; Coppin State, teacher's certifi-
cate, 1938; University of Maryland, LL.B., 1949. Ad-
mitted to the Maryland Bar, 1948. Member, Maryland
State and Baltimore City Bar Associations; National
District Attorneys Association; Maryland State's Attor-
neys Association; Monumental City Bar Association.
Honorary member, Order of the Coif, University of
Maryland School of Law; numerous distinguished ser-
vice awards and citations. Married; 3 children.

PAUL E. ALPERT. Third Judicial Circuit, 1977—.
Born in Baltimore, September 1, 1935. Attended
Baltimore City College; University of Baltimore, A.A.,
1954; University of Baltimore Law School, LL.B., 1957.
Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1957. Served in the
U.S. Army and Maryland National Guard. Member,
Maryland State and Baltimore City Bar Associations.
Maryland House of Delegates, 1967-1972; judge, Dis-
trict Court of Maryland, 1972-1977. Board member,
Leukemia Society of Maryland and Jewish Big Brother
League; member. Center Lodge AF & AM; Golden Ea-
gle Square and Compass Club; Yedz Grotto. Married; 3

MARY ARABIAN. Eighth Judicial Circuit, 1974—.
Attended public schools of Baltimore City; University
of Maryland, College Park; University of Maryland
School of Law. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1945.
Member, American, Maryland State, Baltimore, and
Womens Bar Associations. Assistant city solicitor,
Baltimore City, 1959; assistant attorney general of
Maryland, 1959-1961; judge, Municipal Court of
Baltimore City, 1961-1970; judge, District Court of
Maryland, 1970-1974. Woman of the Year, Hebrew
Noble Ladies, 1961; Woman of the Year, Maryland
Federation of Business and Professional Women's
Clubs, 1963; Americanism Award, Daughters of the

American Revolution, 1975. President, Alumni Associa-
tion of the University of Maryland School of Law,
1959-1960; Board of Regents, University of Maryland,

SAMUEL W. BARRICK. Sixth Judicial Circuit,
1969—, Administrative Judge. Born in Woodsboro,
September 27, 1924. Attended Frederick High School;
Gettysburg College, B.A., 1948; University of Maryland
School of Law, LL.B., 1952. Served as Navigational Of-
ficer with Eighth Air Force during WWII. Admitted to
the Maryland Bar, 1952. Elected and served as State's
Attorney, 1955-1959, and State Senator, 1959-1962.
Served as County Attorney, 1963-1969. Delegate,
Maryland Constitutional Convention, 1967. Delegate,
Democratic National Convention, 1968. President, S.
W. Barrick & Sons, Inc., Woodsboro, Maryland; former
director, Fidelity Building and Loan Association. Mem-
ber, American, Maryland State, and Frederick County
Bar Associations. Member, Phi Lambda Sigma. Past
member, Board of Directors, Frederick County Heart
Association, Frederick Junior Chamber of Commerce,
and Independent Hose Company. Member, Veterans of
Foreign Wars and American Legion. Past president,
Jeanne Bussard Workshop for Retarded Children; for-
mer member. Rotary Club of Frederick and Frederick
Touchdown Club, Inc. Member, Evangelical Lutheran
Church and past vice-president of the church council.
Married; 3 children.

SOLOMON BAYLOR. Eighth Judicial Circuit,
1977—. Born in King William County, Virginia, April
25, 1922. Attended Douglass Senior High School;
Coppin State College; University of Maryland, LL.B.,
1951; National Judicial College, 1975, 1977. Admitted
to the Maryland Bar, 1953. Member, National, Mary-
land State, and Monumental City Bar Associations;
American Judicature Society; American Trial Judges
Association; The Engineering Society of Baltimore, Inc.


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