Ehrlich appoints lawyers to Circuit Court bench

Maryland

December 23, 2005|By A SUN REPORTER

Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. appointed attorneys to Circuit Court judgeships around the state yesterday, including one in Baltimore.

The new judges include:

Robert B. Kershaw, 53, in Baltimore. He has been in private practice for more than 20 years with the firm that is now called Ward Kershaw, P.A., and focuses primarily on commercial litigation.

Robert A. Greenberg, 53, in Montgomery County. A former prosecutor in the county, Greenberg has been in private practice for the past 15 years focusing on such areas as real estate, personal injury, landlord-tenant, police disability and domestic violence.

Sidney S. Campen Jr., 68, in Talbot County. A former elected state's attorney in Talbot, as well as former special counsel to the State Highway Administration, Campen's private practice concentrates on real estate, domestic relations, estate planning and commercial transactions.

District Judge M. Kenneth Long Jr., 57, in Washington County. Long is a former state's attorney in the county.

Long and Campen must stand for election in November, and Greenberg and Kershaw will face election two years later, according to the governor's office.

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