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Sarah Cline published in The Advocate: Leveraging Maryland Public Records Research to Add Value to Your Practice

January 26, 2016

Sarah Cline, member of the firm’s Commercial and Residential Real Estate practice groups, was published in The Advocate, a quarterly newsletter produced for the members of the Young Lawyers Section of the Maryland State Bar Association.

Sarah discusses her go-to online resources for real estate projects and how these resources can also be beneficial to a variety of practice areas. 

As young lawyers in the digital age, our first stop for research is more often the internet than books in the law library.  For those of us who practice in Maryland, we are particularly lucky because many of the state’s public records resources are available online at no cost.  Litigators’ go-to online resource may be the Maryland Judiciary’s Case Search, but there are several other resources available online that can be invaluable to attorneys conducting due diligence in a wide variety of representations.

Read more at The Advocate.