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The Maryland Association for Justice Foundation supports projects that keep families safe, educate the public about the civil justice system, and help those who need it most in Maryland. The MAJ Foundation sponsors an annual law student scholarship, as well as other causes that matter to MAJ members and supporters.  Contact us to get involved.
Board of Directors
Louise Lock, Louise A. Lock, PA
Eric Atas, Zirkin and Schmerling Law
Ellen Flynn, Dugan, Babij, Tolley & Kohler, LLC
Elisha Hawk, Brown & Barron, LLC
David Kopstein, Kopstein & Associates, LLC
Amy Orsi, Law Offices of Markey & Orsi
Jason Penn, Berman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby, LLP
David Wildberger, Iliff, Meredith, Wildberger & Brennan, PC
Tom Yost, The Yost Legal Group
MAJ Foundation Giving

In recent years, the MAJ Foundation has awarded grants to the following nonprofit organizations:

  • Disability Rights Maryland (DRM, formerly known as Maryland Disability Law Center) to support their work to address the legal needs of people with disabilities.
  • The Light House of Annapolis, for their work to host expungement programs for residents.
  • Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service for their pro bono legal work.
Law Student Scholarships

The MAJ Foundation Trial Advocacy Scholarship is awarded annually to all rising 2L, 3L, 2E, 3E, or 4E students of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law (“Maryland Carey Law”) who meet the criteria and complete an application process.  

In the Community
Maryland Association for Justice members give back to their communities in many ways. 
End Distracted Driving  

MAJ has partnered with (End Distracted Driving) to raise awareness about the dangers of texting, talking and other distractions for drivers. The national EndDD campaign began in 2009 after the death of 21-year-old Casey Feldman at the hands of a distracted driver. Joel Feldman, Casey’s father, with the help from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 60for Safety, Joel’s law firm, Anapol Schwartz, and others worked to develop a science-based presentation that would engage teens and maximize the likelihood of changing attitudes and behaviors. "As a father whose daughter was killed by a distracted driver, I have seen first-hand the devastating effect that reckless decisions on our roadways can have." The program has already reached 172,000 students and drivers in 41 different states through a personalized, interactive presentation about the dangers of distracted driving.

Through the partnership, MAJ’s members are encouraged to deliver a customized EndDD presentation in schools across the state in a concerted effort to raise distracted driving awareness. Training and all presentation materials will be provided. The program includes a Family Safe Driving Agreement that outlines safety steps. Presentations have already been held at Stevenson University, Bryn Mayr School for Girls, and Notre Dame Prep in Baltimore. To find out more click here to download the MD presentation.