George Stewart Brown
Private practice, Baltimore, Maryland, 1895-1913
City councilman, Baltimore, Maryland, 1899-1907
University of Maryland, School of Law
The School of Law's commitment to and support of the pursuit of justice extends beyond this core curricular requirement. Four academic specialty centers in intellectual property, mediation, health and homeland security and tobacco control each have a public service mission, operating as a resource to national and local communities on these issues. Public conferences for the academic community, bench and bar address critical issues facing the legal system. A wide array of student organizations support public service projects, helping students make a difference in the local community. The student-run Maryland Public Interest Law Project provides summer grants for students to work at public interest organizations.
Member, Board of General Appraisers
Nominated by Woodrow Wilson on October 16, 1913, to a seat vacated by Roy H. Chamberlain. Confirmed by the Senate on November 13, 1913, and received commission on November 14, 1913. Service terminated on May 28, 1926, due to reassignment.