Section counsel membership set

By Frank Johnson
Deputy City Attorney, City of Gaithersburg

Council members serve the Section primarily through their work on committees, including the Programs, Communications, Legislative, and Membership and Nominations Committees. Their work includes creating the annual State and Local Government Law Institute and other networking programs during the year, helping to maintain the section blog, and continuing to provide newsletters and other information. Section Council members for this year include:
Amanda Stakem Conn, Section Chair, general counsel, WSSC Water
• Kimberly Hale Carney, Section Vice-Chair, assistant attorney general (Department of Labor)
• Patrick B. Hughes, Section Secretary, assistant attorney general (Opinions and Advice)
• Robert A. McFarland, Section Treasurer, assistant attorney general (Department of Natural
• Frank Johnson, Past Chair and Newsletter Editor, deputy city attorney, Gaithersburg
Patrick W. Thomas, MacLeod Law Group
• John Mattingly, assistant county attorney, Calvert County
Christopher J. Mincher, chief legal counsel, Office of the Governor
• Jerome Spencer, general counsel, Charles County Sheriff’s Office
• Talley H-S. Kovacs, assistant attorney general (Department of Natural
Elissa Levan, partner, Levan Ruff LLC
• Kathleen Chapman, administrative law judge, Office of Administrative Hearings
• Roscoe Leslie, county attorney, Worcester County
• Tom Mitchell, assistant county attorney, Anne Arundel County
• Neil Murphy, associate general counsel, Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission
• Kirstin Lustila, assistant attorney general (Treasurer)
• Elizabeth Adams, attorney, Prince George’s County

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