PAUL E. ALPERT. Court of Special Appeals, 1982-.
Born in Baltimore, September 1, 1935. Baltimore City
College; University of Baltimore, A.A., 1954; University
of Baltimore Law School, LL.B., J.D. (magna cum
laude), 1957. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1957. Served
in U.S. Army and Maryland National Guard. Member,
Maryland State Bar Association. Maryland House of
Delegates, 1967-72; vice-chairman, House Judiciary
Committee. Judge, District Court of Maryland,
1972-77. Judge, Third Judicial Circuit, 1977-82. Associ-
ate Professor (business law), Towson State University.
Board member, Jewish Big Brother League; member,
Center Lodge AF&AM; Golden Eagle Square and Com-
pass Club. Married; 3 children.
ROBERT M. BELL. Court of Special Appeals, 1984-.
Bom in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, July 6, 1943.
Dunbar High School; Morgan State University, A.B.,
1966; Harvard Law School, J.D., 1969. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1969. Member, Maryland State, Balti-
more City, Monumental City and National Bar Associa-
tions. Judge, District Court, District 1, 1975-80. Judge,
Eighth Judicial Circuit, 1980-84. Unmarried.
ROSALYN BLAKE BELL. Court of Special Appeals,
1983-. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, April 22, 1923.
Trenton High School; Simmons College, B.S., 1944; Na-
tional University, LL.B., J.D., 1951. Admitted to Dis-
trict of Columbia Bar, 1951, Maryland Bar, 1965. Mem-
ber, American, Maryland State, Montgomery County,
Women's and District of Columbia Bar Associations;
Women's Bar Association of the District of Columbia;
National Conference of Appellate Judges; National As-
sociation of Women Judges; American Judges Associa-
tion; Maryland Bar Foundation; American Bar Founda-
tion; Advisory Committee, University of Baltimore
School of Law, 1985-. Trustee, 1973-78, director,
1973-77, Montgomery-Prince George's Continuing Le-
gal Education Institute. Vice-president, 1976-78, trustee,
1979-80, MICPEL. Chairperson, Montgomery County
Abused Spouse Task Force, 1980-. Woman Lawyer of
the Year, District of Columbia Women's Bar Associa-
tion, 1975. Professional Achievement Award, George
Washington University Law Association, 1980; Focus
Women's Award, Women's Commission of Montgomery
County, 1981; Alumni Achievement Award, Simmons
College, 1982. Judge, District Court, Montgomery
County, 1978-80. Judge, Sixth Judicial Circuit,
1980-83. Widowed; 1 child.
JOHN J. BISHOP, JR. Court of Special Appeals,
1981-. Born in Baltimore, December 6, 1927. Attended
Baltimore parochial schools; Loyola College; Towson
State University; University of Baltimore; University of
Baltimore Law School, J.D., 1951. Admitted to Mary-
land Bar, 1954. Served in U.S. Coast Guard, honorably
discharged. Member, Maryland State and Baltimore
County Bar Associations. Former member, Maryland
State Bar Association Board of Governors and Third Ju-
dicial Circuit Committee on Judicial Appointments.
Member, Maryland Senate, 1967-81; minority whip;
member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, Executive
Nominations Committee; chairperson, Special Commit-
tee to Study the Mental Health Laws. Delegate,
Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University, 1968.
Instructor (political science). University of Baltimore,