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Maryland State Bar Association Leaders and Members Continue to Rise to Important Positions in Business, Government and the Judiciary

Famous MBAS Amy Lorenzini appointment to St. Mary’s County Circuit Court and Sergeant Randolph nomination to serve as chairman of the Maryland Health Care Commission

BALTIMORE, May 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) applauds the recent appointments of Amy Lorenzini to the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County and Sergeant Randolph to chair the Maryland Healthcare Commission.

In 1896, the MSBA was founded by the Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, James McSherry. Over the past 125 years, MSBA members and leaders have risen to prominent positions in business, politics, justice, academia, and more. Recently, the US President Joseph R. Biden chose MSBA President-Elect Erek Barron to serve as U.S. Attorney for Maryland.

Natalie McSherryPresident of the MSBA, issued the following statement:

“The MSBA congratulates Amy Lorenzini and Sergeant Randolph on their recent nominations to serve on the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County and nomination for chairman of the Maryland Health Care Commission, respectively. Both individuals are prime examples of top-performing MSBA leaders occupying prominent positions in our community. We pride ourselves on working with the best and the brightest Maryland legal profession and we strive to continue our tradition of elevating key leaders to the highest roles. »

Amy Lorenzini was a lawyer at Prince Frederick firm of Cumberland & Erly, LLC, for the past 17 years, as Managing Partner for the past eight years. Ms. Lorenzini has a general practice that includes a variety of civil and criminal circuit court litigation. She has been regularly appointed by the courts to represent individuals in guardianship matters, children in adoption and custody matters, and the military.

Randolph S. Sergeant, is Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, where he has worked since 2010. Prior to joining CareFirst, Mr. Sergent was a partner at Venable, LLP. Mr. Sergent also served in the Maryland Office of the Attorney General as Assistant Counsel to the Maryland Commissioner of Insurance and as Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Litigation Division.

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