[photo, Juliet G. Fisher, Orphans' Court Judge, Baltimore County, Maryland] JULIET G. FISHER, Judge (Democrat)

Judge, Orphans' Court, Baltimore County, since April 18, 2014. Vice-Chair, Conference of Orphans' Court Judges, 2018- (member, 2016-).

Mediation coordinator, Baltimore County Orphans' Court, 2006-. Court-appointed mediator for Circuit Courts in Baltimore City, and Baltimore, Frederick and Howard counties, 2006-.

Attended Roland Park Country School, Baltimore, Maryland; The Johns Hopkins University, B.A. (political science & government), 1997; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 2000. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 2000. Attorney, Law Office of Juliet G. Fisher, 2014-. Attorney, mediator, and arbitrator, Towson Mediation Services, LLC, 2006-. Arbitrator, Better Business Bureau, 2007-. Member, Maryland Bar Association (alternative dispute resolution section); Baltimore County Bar Association; Maryland Volunteer Lawyers. Member, Maryland Association of Judges of the Orphans' Court; National College of Probate Judges. Arbitrator of the Year, Better Business Bureau, 2010. Leading Women, Daily Record, 2012.

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