Adelberg Rudow announces that Member, Carol Ghingher Cooper, has been appointed a Court Auditor by the judges of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.
In this role, she will handle matters for the Court requiring an audit pursuant to a rule or statute. The Court also may refer her matters where it is necessary to examine, state or settle accounts.
“I am honored to become an Auditor for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City,” said Cooper who has been an Acting Auditor for the past nine months, primarily reviewing foreclosure cases.
She took on the position to fill the absence left by her colleague and friend, Marc B. Noren, an Adelberg Rudow Member, who served as an Auditor from 2009 until his death in 2014.
“Being an auditor gives me the opportunity to serve as an officer of the court in an additional capacity and I enjoy it,” she added.
A family law attorney who joined Adelberg Rudow in 2002, Cooper represents clients in matters related to divorce, custody, visitation, child support, pre-nuptial agreements, post-nuptial agreements, adoption and other civil litigation. She also is trained in mediation and interdisciplinary collaborative practice.
In addition to being a founding member and current treasurer of the Collaborative Professionals of Baltimore, Cooper regularly acts as a volunteer settlement facilitator for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City’s Family Law Division. She also is a frequent contributor to local family law publications.
A past chair of the Bar Association of Baltimore City (BABC)’s Family Law Committee, she continues to hold memberships in the BABC, Women’s Bar Association of Maryland and Baltimore County Bar Association.
The Union College graduate earned her law degree, cum laude, from the University of Maryland School of Law, where she was inducted into the Order of the Coif. Cooper resides with her husband in Cockeysville and has two children.
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