LISA ANN PHELPS, Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 8, Baltimore County, since September 26, 2016.

Revenue Officer, Internal Revenue Service, 1991-98.

Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 2001-16 (deputy division chief, misdemeanor jury trial division, 2008-11; felony supervisor, zone 3, tier captain, 2011-12; chief, special vistims unit, 2012-15; director, legal training division, 2015-16).

Born in Pennsylvania. Temple University, B.A. (criminal justice), magna cum laude, 1992 (Phi Beta Kappa); University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2000. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 2000. Member, Maryland Bar Association, 2015-16 (criminal law & practice section); Baltimore City Bar Association, 2014-16; Baltimore County Bar Association, 2015-16. Co-Leader, 2012-13, and Cookie Sales Director, 2014-, Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. Mark P. Cohen Public Service Award, Office of Baltimore City State's Attorney, 2012.

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