STEVEN I. PLATT, Associate Judge, Prince George's County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, since May 7, 1990. Coordinating judge for family law operations. Chair, Strategic Planning and Total Quality Management Council. Vice-Chair, Business and Technology Division Task Force, 2000.
Member, Human Relations Commission, Prince George's County, 1976-77 (chair, 1977-78); Adoption Advisory Committee, Department of Social Services, Prince George's County, 1977. Chair, County Council Labor Law Revision Task Force, Prince George's County, 1981. Past member, Adoption Advisory Committee, Department of Social Services, Prince George's County. Chief Judge, Orphans' Court, Prince George's County, 1985 (Judge, 1978-85). District Administrative Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 5, Prince George's County, 1988-90 (Associate Judge, 1986-88, cross-designated to Prince George's County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, 1988-90). Born in Woodstock, Virginia, January 1, 1947. Attended Massanutten Military Academy; University of Virginia, B.A. (government & public administration), 1969. Served in Maryland National Guard, 1969-75. Law clerk to Judge Ernest A. Loveless, Prince George's County Circuit Court, 1973-75. The American University Law School, J.D., 1974; National Judicial College and National Center for State Courts (court administration), 1988. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1975. Member, American Bar Association; Maryland State Bar Association (board of governors); Prince George's County Bar Association (president, 1988-89). Partner, Platt & Risner, 1981-86. Regional Board of Directors, Prince George's County United Way. Instructor, Paralegal Institute, University of Maryland, 1982; faculty, Prince George's Community College. Chair, Board of Trustees, Henson Valley Montessori School, 1985-87. President, Marlborough Inn of Court, 1992-94. Member, Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. Fellow, Maryland Bar Foundation; Law Foundation of Prince George's County. Conflict Resolution Award, National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1995.
April 1, 2001
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