Five Maryland Carey Law Alumni awarded Icon Honors

School Building Maryland Carey Law

Maryland Carey Law is well represented on The Daily Record’s 2019 list of Icon Honors winners. Five of this year’s 26 honorees are alumni of the law school.

Alumni winners are James A. Constable ’68, a partner at Wright, Constable & Skeen, LLP; the Hon. Wanda Keyes Heard ’82, chief judge of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City; Harry S. Johnson ’79, a partner at Whiteford Taylor Preston; Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. ’67, former president of the Maryland Senate; and Paul A. Tiburzi ’80, a partner at DLA Piper.

The five Maryland Carey Law alumni share the honor with local notables, including Marin Alsop of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Robert C. Embry Jr. from the Abell Foundation; William “Brit” E. Kirwan of the University System of Maryland; Raymond A. Mason of Legg Mason; and filmmaker John Waters.

The Icon Honors awards recognize Maryland business leaders over the age of 60 for their notable success and demonstration of strong leadership, long-standing commitment to the Maryland business community, and sustained dedication to community service and mentoring.

Winners were honored at an event at The Center Club in downtown Baltimore on Dec. 16, and are profiled in a special publication inserted in the Dec. 17 issue of The Daily Record.

Share this article