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Lisa Settles was officially welcomed as the newest member of the Executive Council for the Baltimore County Bar Association during the Stated Meeting last week.  With the appointment she will be on track to serve as President of the Baltimore County Bar Association in her 10th year, making her the 3rd African American (and 2nd African American woman) in the history of the organization to serve in that leadership capacity.

Last week the Honorable Vicki Ballou-Watts (Circuit Court, Baltimore County) was installed as President of the Baltimore County Bar Association, the first African-American woman to be installed as President.  Additionally, the Honorable Pamila Brown (District Court, Howard County) made history during last week’s Annual Conference of the Maryland State Bar Association when she was installed as its President, the first time an African American women has been honored to serve in that capacity.