Ho­gan names two judges for Bal­ti­more County

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND -

Gov. Larry Ho­gan has ap­pointed two at­tor­neys to join the bench in Bal­ti­more County Cir­cuit Court. C. Carey Dee­ley Jr. and Den­nis M. Robinson Jr. have “a wealth of le­gal knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence” that pre­pares them well to be judges, Ho­gan said in a state­ment Wed­nes­day. Dee­ley is a part­ner at the Ven­able law firm, where he has prac­ticed since 1989. Be­fore that, he prac­ticed at Cook, Howard, Downes & Tracy and clerked for a Bal­ti­more County Cir­cuit Court judge. Dee­ley’s spe­cial­ties are com­mer­cial, prod­uct li­a­bil­ity and per­sonal in­jury lit­i­ga­tion. He is a grad­u­ate of the Univer­sity of Vir­ginia and the Univer­sity of Bal­ti­more School of Law. Robinson is a part­ner at White­ford, Tay­lor and Pre­ston, where he has prac­ticed since 2006. He also prac­ticed at the Bal­ti­more of­fice of Ho­gan & Hart­son. Robinson spe­cial­izes in prod­uct li­a­bil­ity and busi­ness lit­i­ga­tion. He is a grad­u­ate of Tow­son Univer­sity and the Univer­sity of Bal­ti­more School of Law. Dee­ley and Robinson were rec­om­mended by the Judicial Nom­i­nat­ing Com­mis­sion for Bal­ti­more County. They will fill two new judge­ships cre­ated this year by the Gen­eral Assem­bly.

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