Steven W. Boggs

Director of Law Registration




(410) 706-2045


(410) 706-2103

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Steven Boggs is director of registration and enrollment in the Office of Student Services where he has held the position since 2013. He supervises the day-to-day systems operations of the Maryland Carey Law Office of Registration & Enrollment and is the administrative official with primary responsibility for academic policies and procedures related to the law school’s registration and academic records, who ensures compliance with ABA standards, faculty adopted policies, Family Education Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA), and applicable state and federal regulations and requirements.

Additionally, he provides advice to students regarding academic regulations, course requirements, graduation requirements, certificate requirements, and time management requirements for graduation; monitors student academic standing, probation, and suspension; and certifies completion of graduation requirements and eligibility for bar examinations for all students. He develops and maintains the academic calendar and schedule, provides strategic planning and direction for the maintenance and enhancement of the academic information structure for the law school, and is responsible for all aspects of exam administration, including but not limited to assigning proctors, distributing and collecting examination questions and answers from students, and distributing examinations answers to faculty.

Prior to joining Maryland Carey Law, he was secretary to the State Board of Law Examiners for the State of Maryland where he was responsible for licensing attorneys for the State of Maryland, including overseeing the bi-annual bar exam and character and fitness process. Prior to joining the State Board of Law Examiners for the State of Maryland, he represented foster children at the Legal Aid Bureau in Baltimore City and for a private firm. He also served as a student organization advisor and risk management specialist for student organizations at Texas A&M University as well as an assistant adjunct professor for the College of Education, teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate level.

He is licensed to practice law in Texas (inactive since 2000) and in Maryland (active) and has served on the following Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) committees: Leadership Academy, International Business Law and Bar Admissions, and Legal Education.