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Curie elected to Domestic Violence Board

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Contact:   Jean Moon
410.730.0316 jeanmoon@comcast.net

Currie Elected to Domestic Violence Center Board
Columbia, MD—September 20, 2005— Angela E. Currie, an attorney with the Business & Technology Law Group, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County. Currie also serves on the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Employment Issues Committee. The Domestic Violence Center is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to educating the residents of Howard County about domestic violence and supporting those whose lives have been touched by it.  BTLG’s focus is on litigation and a wide range of legal transactional services for small to mid-size organizations headquartered in the mid-Atlantic region. Its offices are located at 6731 Columbia Gateway Drive in Columbia. For additional information, visit http://www.btlg.us.

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