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Baltimore County Bar Association (chairman, continuing
legal education committee, 1983; pro bono legal services
committee, 1984-85; membership committee, 1986). As-
sistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1973-75. Assis-
tant State's Attorney, Baltimore County, 1975-84 (Deputy
State's Attorney, 1984-85). Board of Directors, Baltimore
County Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center,
1980-82; Maryland State's Attorneys' Association, 1980-
85; Maryland Institute for the Continuing Professional
Education of Lawyers (MICPEL), 1982-84; Jewish Big
Brother and Big Sister League of Baltimore, 1982-88.
ERNEST A. LOVELESS, JR. Prince George's County
Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, I960—; Chief Judge
and Circuit Administrative Judge. Chairman, Conference
of Circuit Judges, 1980-86. Born in Washington, D.C.,
November 29,1922. Surrattsville High School; University
of Maryland, B.A., 1943; George Washington University
Law School, LL.B., J.D., 1947; LL.M., 1948. Admitted
to Maryland Bar, 1948. Served in U.S. Navy. Member,
American, Maryland State and Prince George's County Bar
Associations; American Judicature Society; National
Council for Crime and Delinquency. Chairman, Maryland
Judicial Conference, 1975-76 (former chairman, commit-
tee on juvenile courts in Maryland). Former chairman,
District Advisory Board for the Public Defender System.
Maryland House of Delegates, 1954-60. Former member,
Metropolitan Area Council of Juvenile Court Judges. At-
torney, Board of License Commissioners for Prince
George's County, 1947-54. Past president, Clinton Lions
Club; past president, Surrattsville P.T.A.; past president,
Southern Prince George's County Board of Trade. Mem-
ber, VFW; American Legion; Clinton Lions Club.

ROBERT H. MASON. Prince George's County Circuit
Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, 1978—. Born in Washington,
D.C., July 9, 1938. University of Maryland, B.A., 1963;
University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1969. Admit-
ted to Maryland Bar, 1969. Member, Maryland State and
Prince George's County Bar Associations; National Coun-
cil of Juvenile Court Judges; Metropolitan Council of
Family and Juvenile Court Judges.

JAMES S. McAULIFFE, JR. Montgomery County Cir-
cuit Court, 6th Judicial Circuit, 1981—. Born in Washing-
ton, D.C., March 24, 1931. Bethesda-Chevy Chase High
School; Montgomery College, A.A., 1951; Washington
College of Law, American University, J.D., 1954. Admit-
ted to Maryland Bar, 1954. Served in U.S. Army. Member,
American, Maryland State and Montgomery County Bar
Associations; American Judicature Society. Fellow, Amer-
ican College of Trial Lawyers. Assistant State's Attorney,
Montgomery County, 1959-62; Montgomery County
Ethics Commission, 1967-70; trustee, Montgomery Col-
lege Board of Trustees, 1968-71. Maryland House of
Delegates, 1963-67; Maryland State Senate, 1971-75.
Eagleton Institute Outstanding Legislator Award; Amer-
ican Law School Jurisprudence Awards in Bailments, Bills
and Notes, Evidence and Sales. Judge, District Court of
Maryland, District 6,1978-81.

WILLIAM H. MCCULLOUGH. Prince George's
County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, 1969—; Ad-
ministrative Judge for Prince George's County. Born in
Washington, D.C., January 22, 1926. Woodrow Wilson
High School, Washington, D.C.; George Washington
University, A.A., 1947; George Washington University
Law School, LL.B., 1950. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1950. Served in U.S. Navy. Member, Maryland State,

Prince George's County and District of Columbia Bar
Associations. Attorney for Prince George's County Board
of License Commissioners. Judge, People's Court, Prince
George's County, 1965-69.

PAUL A. McGUCKIAN. Montgomery County Circuit
Court, 6th Judicial Circuit, 1989—. Born in Norwood,
Massachusetts, May 3, 1938. Dickinson College, B.A.,
1960; George Washington University Law School, LL.B.,
1964. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1965. Served in U.S.
Army. Member, American Bar Association. Member,
Maryland State Bar Association (board of governors,
1987-88; long-range planning committee). Member,
Montgomery County Bar Association (chairman, long-
range planning committee; juvenile law committee; ad-
ministrative law committee). Board of Directors,
Montgomery County Bar Foundation. Former Town At-
torney, Town of Somerset. Legal consultant to Maryland-
National Capital Park and Planning Commission (citizens
advisory committee-blue ribbon committee). Counsel,
Housing Opportunities Commission, Montgomery
County. Assistant County Attorney, Montgomery County,
1966-71. Counsel, Montgomery County Delegation to
General Assembly, 1974-78. County Attorney,Montgom-
ery County, 1979-87. President, West End Citizens Asso-
ciation, Rockville. Member, Rockville Charter Review
Commission; Montgomery County Council Task Force on
Real Property Assessment Practices. Judge, District Court
of Maryland, District 6,1987-89.

GRAYDON S. McKEE III. Prince George's County
Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, 1987—. Born in New
Brighton, Pennsylvania, November 8, 1937. McGuffy
High School, Claysville, Pennsylvania; Baldwin-Wallace
College, Berea, Ohio; University of Maryland School of
Law, J.D., 1967; University of Virginia (international
law); College of Juvenile Justice; National Judicial College
on Court Administration, 1980. Served in U.S. Marine
Corps. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1967. Member, Amer-
ican, Maryland State and Prince George's County Bar
Associations; chairman, Mental Health Committee; mem-
ber, National Council of Juvenile Court Judges. Member,
Prince George's County Board of Education, 1972-73.
Master of Juvenile Causes, Prince George's County, 1970-
75. Judge, District Court of Maryland, Prince George's
County, 1977-1987 (Administrative Judge, 1981-1987).
Past president, New Carrollton Recreation Club; member,
Prince George's County Joint Committee on Mental
Health. Chairman, Prince George's County Corrections
Advisory Board, 1982—; trustee, Cheltenham Methodist
Church.

J. JAMES McKENNA. Montgomery County Circuit
Court, 6th Judicial Circuit, 1986—. Born in East Orange,
New Jersey, December 17, 1935. Seton Hall University,
B.A., 1958; Georgetown University Law Center, LL.B.,
1963. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1970. Served in U.S.
Army, 1958-60. Member, American Bar Association.
Member, Maryland State Bar Association (ethics commit-
tee, 1981-83; special committee on professional responsi-
bility, 1982-83). Member, Montgomery County Bar
Association (judicial selections committee, 1975-77; ethics
committee, 1976-80, chairman, 1979-80; executive com-
mittee, 1980-81). Member, Association of Trial Lawyers
of America; Maryland Trial Lawyers Association (board of
governors, 1981-83); National Association of Criminal
Defense Attorneys; Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys
Association (chairman, education committee, 1984-85;
president, 1985-86). Founder, Trial Lawyers for Public



 

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