Five Maryland Carey Law graduates are among the 50 distinguished professionals chosen as 2016 Influential Marylanders by the Daily Record, an online and print publication covering the state's business and legal communities. The annual award honors leaders in the state who have made significant contributions to their fields.
The Maryland Carey Law alumni and other winners will be honored at a reception in suburban Baltimore on March 17.
Robert A. Alderson ’83 is a founding partner of Skidmore & Alderson, PA, in Cumberland, where he is an active member of the legal community whose practice focuses on family law.
Anirban Basu ‘03 is chairman & CEO of Sage Policy Group, Inc., an economic and policy consulting firm in Baltimore, whose clients include developers, bankers, brokerage houses, energy suppliers, law firms, usiness associations and local governments. Basu is a lecturer at Johns Hopkins University in micro-, macro-, international and urban economics.
C. Justin Brown ‘05, a founding partner of Brown & Nieto, currently represents Adnan Syed, the subject of the podcast “Serial. He has defended clients in both criminal and civil cases, been recognized as a Super Lawyer for the past two years, and was recently named to the advisory board of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ magazine, the Champion.
John Frisch ‘83 is chairman of Miles & Stockbridge, P.C. and a member of Maryland Carey Law’s Board of Visitors. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, securities and other corporate transactional matters.
William H. “Billy” Murphy ’69 is the founder and a senior partner of Murphy, Falcon & Murphy in Baltimore, where his practice focuses on litigation. He founded the Maryland Carey Law chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and served for three years as a Baltimore City Circuit Court judge before returning to private practice.