Born in Watertown, New York, July 25, 1953. William Smith College, B.A., cum laude, 1975; Maxwell School of Public Administration, Syracuse University, M.P.A., 1978; Syracuse University College of Law, J.D., 1978. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1978. Associate Attorney, Law Offices of Fred Kolodner, Esq., 1978-79; Law Offices of Edward Feldman, Esq., 1979-80; Law Offices of Gilbert H. Robinette, Esq., 1980-81. Partner, Robinette, Dugan & Jakubowski, P.A., 1981-98; Dugan, Jakubowski, Babij & Spector, LLC, 1998-2002. Member, Maryland State Bar Association, 1978- (judicial administration section; committee on resolution of fee disputes, 2001-02; committee on public awareness, 2001-02; chair, alternative dispute resolution committee, 1984-85; chair, judicial administration council, 2008-); Baltimore City Bar Association, 1978-; Baltimore County Bar Association, 2000- (chair, 2004-, and vice-chair, 2003-04, professionalism committee; vice-chair, alternative dispute resolution committee, 2012-); Women's Bar Association of Maryland, 1978- (program chair, 1980-81; public relations chair, 1981-82; membership chair, judicial selections committee, 1984-85, 2001-02). Member, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, 1980-2002; Maryland Trial Lawyers Association, 1981-2002 (co-chair, education committee, 2000-02; board of governors, 2000-02); Women's Law Center of Maryland, 2000-.
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