Members of the Maryland Carey Law School Club are philanthropic leaders committed to sustaining the law school’s ability to educate future leaders and shape law and policy. Donors who give $1,000 or more during the fiscal year (July 1–June 30) become members of the Maryland Carey Law School Club.

Members of the Club receive extended invitations to special events like the annual family-friendly crab feast, networking opportunities, quarterly newsletters apprising them of current developments, and exclusive information on new opportunities and achievements of the law school.  

Alumni who graduated within the last decade have a unique and affordable opportunity to turn a donation to Maryland Carey Law into an ongoing enrichment and networking opportunity with peers and other professionals.  

Through special events and outreach, recent graduates have exclusive opportunities to engage with leaders in the Maryland Carey Law School Club.  By making a gift, recent graduates are granted access to network with alumni, senior faculty, administrators, and leaders in our philanthropic community.  Membership is renewable on an annual basis (July 1- June 30) and tiered as follows:

Alumni Classes 2012 - 2011 ~ $800 and above
Alumni Classes 2015 - 2013 ~ $400 and above
Alumni Classes 2021 - 2016 ~ $100 and above
Current Students ~ $1 and above
  • For more information on the MCLSC and to learn more ways to stay involved at Maryland Carey Law, please contact Yary Lim, Assoc. Director of Annual Giving & Alumni Relations at or 410.706.2147.

Welcoming Our New MCLSC Committee Co-Chairs

In all my years of service in this philanthropic leadership society and as a member of the Board of Visitors at Maryland Carey Law, I cannot tell you how proud I am of the alumni and friends who have answered the call to lead, to inspire, and to give back during this challenging time. Thank you for rising to the occasion. 

It is with pride that I close out my tenure as Chair of the Maryland Carey Law School Club (MCLSC) knowing that this philanthropic leadership society continues to evolve and represent the rich diversity of our law school. It is my pleasure to introduce you to The Honorable Marcella Holland ‘83Ron Dhindsa ‘95Bryan Saxton ‘09, and Sarah Shepson ‘19

Together these loyal members of the MCLSC will continue to energize and lead the law school club in the years to come. Please join me in welcoming them as Co-Chairs of the Maryland Carey Law School Club and thank them for their committment and service.  They represent the best that our alumni community offers and are eager to share with you why they are continually inspired to give back to Maryland Carey Law and support our law students. 


Chuck Tatelbaum '66
Former MCLSC Chair


The Hon. Marcella A. Holland ’83, Senior Judge, Circuit Court for Baltimore City, Maryland Judiciary: I support Maryland Carey Law School at the MCLSC level because the law school gave me the legal and networking background that jumped started my legal career, which eventually lead me to become Maryland’s first African American female Administrative Judge. Also, diversity and inclusion are very important to me and still much needed in the legal profession, so I give because I want to reach back and make it possible for minority law students to gain that same legal education and opportunity to reach their ultimate career goal and further diversify our profession.

Ranjit S. Dhindsa ’95, Partner, Hollingsworth LLP: I support Maryland Carey Law because the school transforms diverse students into passionate, empowered, inspired catalysts who advocate for equal justice, safeguard fundamental legal rights of clients, transform communities and society at large, and exercise leadership to promote the egalitarianism paramount to our democracy.

Bryan K. Saxton ’09, Partner, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP: I support Maryland Carey Law because I believe in the importance of giving back.  I was fortunate to receive financial assistance to attend Maryland Carey Law as the Osborne Scholar.  That experience enabled me to do things I would not have been able to otherwise.  Giving is my way of helping others to have similar experiences.

Sarah M. Shepson ’19, Associate, Covington & Burling LLP: Attending Carey Law was made possible for me through the generous donations of our community. As a recent graduate, supporting Carey Law at the MCLSC level is particularly attainable at a reduced introductory rate. In addition, many employers offer an end of year giving match program for law school donations, and I encourage other graduates to seek out these great opportunities to easily expand your philanthropic impact.