Annapolis lawyer named as master in juvenile court

September 15, 1994

Nancy Davis Loomis, an Annapolis lawyer, has been appointed as an Anne Arundel County juvenile court master.

A graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law, Ms. Loomis will become one of three masters who decide juvenile cases in Anne Arundel County.

Ms. Loomis was appointed by the nine Anne Arundel Circuit Court judges at a meeting Monday, Judge Robert Heller Jr., administrative judge, said yesterday.

She was one of 24 lawyers who applied for the position, which was left vacant with the appointment July 22 of Essom V. Ricks as a District judge.

Ms. Loomis, who has concentrated on family law and land use issues, has been practicing law in Annapolis since 1983.

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