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madka, Gontrum & Hennegan, 1982—. Member, Balti-
more County Bar Association (executive council); Ameri-
can Trial Lawyers Association; Maryland Trial Lawyers
Association. Health Claims Arbitrator, 1980-92. Member,
Baltimore County Substance Abuse Committee for Dist.
6, 1986-92; inquiry panel, Attorney Grievance Commis-
sion, 1987-92. Chairman, Judicial Nominating Commis-
sion, 3rd Judicial Circuit, 1987-90. Baltimore County
Ethics Commission, 1989-92. Member, Loyola College
Greyhound Club (board of directors, 1985-90; president,
1987-88); Loyola College Hall of Fame (president, 1988-
90); Loyola College Athletic Fund Committee, 1988-91.
Outstanding Service Awards, Loyola College.
J. WILLIAM HINKEL. Associate Judge, Baltimore
County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit, since 1981. As-
sociate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 8, Balti-
more County, 1971-81. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, April
4,1932. Attended Baltimore City public schools; University
of Baltimore, AA., 1956; University of Baltimore School of
Law, LL.B., 1959. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1959. Mem-
ber, Maryland State and Baltimore County Bar Associations.
Member, House of Delegates, 1967-70. People's Counsel,
Public Service Commission, 1970-71.
ELLEN LIPTON HOLLANDER. Associate Judge,
Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since
1989. Born in New York, New York, May 24, 1949. Mt.
Vernon High School, Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; Goucher Col-
lege, B.A., 1971; Hofstra University Law School, 1971-
72; Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 1974.
Editor, The American Criminal Law Review, 1973-74 (as-
sociate editor, 1972-73); contributing author, Res Ipsa
Loquitur: The Georgetown Review of Law and Public Interest
(1974). Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1974. Law Clerk to
Judge James R. Miller, Jr., U.S. District Court, 1974-75.
Member, Maryland State Bar Association; Baltimore City
Bar Association (special committee on fee abuse, 1988-
89); Federal Bar Association, Maryland Chapter (execu-
tive board, 1987-91). Partner, Frank, Bernstein, Conaway
& Goldman, 1985-89 (associate, 1974-79, 1983-85). As-
sistant attorney general, Civil Division, Office of Attorney
General, 1979. Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Mary-
land, 1979-83. Member, U.S. Magistrate Merit Selection
Panel, District of Maryland; Committee to Revise the
Local Rules of the U.S. District Court, District of Mary-
land, 1989. Lecturer on health law and trial practice at
continuing legal education programs. Executive Commit-
tee, Baltimore Jewish Council, 1987— (chair, holocaust
remembrance committee, 1988-92; chair, world Jewry &
international human rights committee, 1992—). Member,
Beth El Congregation. Member, Wranglers Law Club;
Rule Day Law Club; J. Dudley Digges Inn of Court.
WILLIAM S. HORNE. Associate Judge, Talbot County
Circuit Court, 2nd Judicial Circuit, since 1989. Member, Ex-
ecutive Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1990—.
Member, Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of
Practice and Procedure, 1987-89. Born in Easton, Maryland,
June 23, 1936. Attended Easton public schools; The Bolles
School, Jacksonville, Florida; University of Maryland. Served
in U.S. Army, 1956-58. Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S.,
1964; Tulane University School of Law, LL.B., 1965. Admit-
ted to Maryland Bar, 1966. Member, American, Maryland
State and Talbot County Bar Associations. Assistant State's
Attorney, Talbot County, 1968-71. State's Attorney, Talbot
County, 1971-73. Member, House of Delegates, 1973-89
(chair. Eastern Shore Delegation, 1983-87; chair, judidary
committee, 1987-89; member, legislative policy committee;
Maryland Manual 1994-1995
rules committee; chair, joint oversight committee on juve-
nile services initiatives; co-chair, task force on drunk and
drugged driving). Member, Law and Justice Committee,
National Conference of State Legislatures. Member, At-
lantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, 1987-89.
Member, Judicial Ethics Committee, 1990—.
BARBARA KERR HOWE. County Administrative
Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit,
since 1992 (Associate Judge, 1988-92). Associate Judge,
District Court of Maryland, District 8, Baltimore County,
1985-88. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, December 25,1938.
Randolph-Macon Women's College, A.B., 1959; University
of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1969. Admitted to Mary-
land Bar, 1969. Member, Maryland State and Baltimore
County Bar Associations. Zoning hearing examiner, Har-
ford County, 1974-85. President, University of Maryland
School of Law Alumni Association, 1984-85.
MABEL HOUZE HUBBARD. Associate Judge, Balti-
more City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since 1985.
Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 1,
Baltimore City, 1981-85. Master in Chancery, Supreme
Bench of Baltimore City, 1978-81. Mt. Clemens High
School, Mt. Clemens, Michigan; University of Michigan,
B.A., 1958; University of Pittsburgh, 1962; University of
Pennsylvania, 1969; University of Maryland School of
Law, J.D., 1975; National College of Juvenile Justice,
University of Nevada, 1979; National Judicial College,
1982. Research assistant for Chief Judge Robert F.
Sweeney of District Court of Maryland, 1974; law clerk
to Benjamin L. Brown, City Solicitor of Baltimore City,
1976-77. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1977. Member,
Maryland State, Baltimore City and Monumental City Bar
Associations. Former English teacher and vice-principal.
Assistant City Solicitor, Baltimore City, 1977-78.
DONALD F. JOHNSON. Associate Judge, Dorchester
County Circuit Court, 1st Judicial Circuit, since 1984.
Executive Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference,
1987-90. Born in Cambridge, Maryland, December 6,
1942. Salisbury State College, B.S., 1964; University of
Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1969; Northwestern Uni-
versity, Prosecutors' course, 1970. Admitted to Maryland
Bar, 1969. Member, American Bar Association; Maryland
State Bar Association (board of governors, 1976-77);
Dorchester County Bar Association (past president). As-
sistant State's Attorney, Anne Arundel County, 1969-71,
and Dorchester County, 1971-74. Past panel chairperson,
Health Claims Arbitration Board. Past member, Inquiry
Committee of Attorney Grievance Commission. Board of
Directors, Dorchester General Hospital, 1976-79. Past
president, Rotary Club. Distinguished Service Award,
G. R. HOVEY JOHNSON. Associate Judge, Prince
George's County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, since
1982. Born in Richmond, Virginia, November 13, 1930.
Richmond public schools; Prairie View A & M College,
Prairie View, Texas, B.S., 1951. Served in U.S. Army,
1951-74, retiring as colonel (Legion of Merit (2), Distin-
guished Flying Cross, Bronze Star (3), Meritorious Service
Medal (2), Air Medal (6), Joint Services Commendation
Medal (2); Army Commendation Medal). George Wash-
ington University, M.S., 1974; Georgetown University
Law School, J.D., 1977. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1978.
Member, American and Maryland State Bar Associations;
director, Prince George's County Bar Association. Mem-
ber, Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of