Marbury, Miller & Evans

Marbury, Miller & Evans was a Baltimore-based law firm.[1]

Marbury, Miller & Evans
Key peopleWilliam L. Marbury, Jr.
Date foundedFirst parent firm founded 1854; last organization dated to 1946
FounderCharles Marshall (1854)
DissolvedMerged into Piper & Marbury (1952), later DLA Piper

OriginsEdit

Milestones:

  • 1854: Charles Marshall law offices
  • 1867: Marshall & Fisher
  • 1887: Marshall & Hall; Robertson & Marbury
  • 1890: Marbury & Bowdoin
  • 1893: Marshall, Marbury & Bowdoin; Williams & Bond
  • 1903: Marbury & Gosnell
  • 1911: Marbury, Gosnell & Williams
  • 1946: Marbury, Miller & Evans
  • 1952: Piper & Marbury[1]

Notable achievementsEdit

Pipe & Marbury, from 1854 through 1980, had 76 partners. Law school graduating partners included: 30 from the University of Maryland Law School, 14 from Harvard, 9 from the University of Virginia, 3 from the University of Notre Dame, 2 from Georgetown University, 2 from New York University, and 2 from Yale University, with 1 each from the University of Chicago, Columbia University, Duke University, the University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers University, Washington & Lee University and Western Reserve University.[1]

Among them, they also served:

Notable attorneys, advisors and staffEdit

LocationsEdit

In 1889, Marshall, Marbury & Bowdoin were located in the Glenn Building at 12 St. Paul Street, Baltimore. In 1897, Marbury & Bowdoin moved to the Equitable Building (Baltimore) at Calvert and Fayette Streets. In 1903, Marbury & Gosnell moved to the Maryland Trust Building, where it remained through 1952, when the firm merged to form Piper & Marbury.[1]

MiscellaneousEdit

In 1896, when Marshall, Marbury & Bowdoin were located in the Glenn Building at 12 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, they advertised their "telephone connection."[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Centennial Edition: Tribute to the Baltimore Bar (PDF), Bar Association of Baltimore City, 16 May 1980, pp. 12–13, retrieved 1 October 2017
  2. ^ a b "Marbury Institute". DLA Piper. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  3. ^ "W. L. Marbury Named Fellow Of University: Baltimore Attorney Fills James' Office". Maryland Bar Journal: 6, 14. November 2016.
  4. ^ "William L. Marbury Dead at 86; Lawyer and Fellow of Harvard". New York Times. 7 March 1988. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  5. ^ Miller, Decatur H. (29 June 2011). "In Alger Hiss Case, William L. Marbury Was A Lawyer's Lawyer". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  6. ^ "Piper dropping the 'Marbury' name". Baltimore Business Journal. American City Business Journals. 2 April 2002. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  7. ^ Celebrating a Century of Service: The Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse, 1900–2000 (PDF), Harvard University, 7 October 2000, retrieved 30 September 2017