University of Baltimore Law Review


After the United States Supreme Court's decision in Bates v. State Bar of Arizona, Maryland was forced to redraft its regulations on attorney advertising. Instead of adopting a strict, constitutionally acceptable standard promoting the informative purpose of advertising, the Court of Appeals of Maryland embraced a more lenient, less protective standard This comment traces the origin and development of regulations governing attorney advertising and advocates the adoption of a more stringent standard.

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