Philanthropy

Stephen L. Snyder takes great pride in being able to give back to his community as a philanthropist. His recent philanthropic efforts include a $1 million endowment for the establishment of the Stephen L. Snyder Center for Litigation Skills at his alma mater, the University of Baltimore School of Law.
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He is a predominant contributor to the Francis D. Murnaghan Jr. Appellate Advocacy Fellowship which provides an annual fellowship for former appellate law clerks to work on appeals involving civil rights and social justice impact litigation in the federal and state courts in Maryland.

Snyder donated $2.5 million to United Cerebral Palsy, the nation's leading charity serving children and adults with Cerebral Palsy. The donation will assist in the renovation of existing UCP locations, as well as the creation of a brand new state-of-the-art facility which will provide the most advanced services for those with this disability.
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Snyder is an annual Presenting Sponsor of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Golf Classic, raising money for those afflicted with Juvenile Diabetes, and those who care for and assist them.
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In 2003, Snyder joined forces with the Center for Poverty Solutions by becoming the "Matching Gift Challenge Sponsor" of the 16th Annual Lawyers' Campaign Against Hunger. Snyder is challenging all lawyers across the state to give generously to the campaign as he will match $1 for $1 all donations made. He also issued a similar match challenge on behalf of the Lawyers' Campaign for CollegeBound.
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Snyder has taught numerous courses on the topic of trial practice, culminating in his founding of his Center for Litigation Skills at the University of Baltimore School of Law. His cases have been cited in various national law journals, as well as referenced in the periodicals of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association and the American Trial Lawyers Association. His closing arguments and cross-examinations have appeared in legal textbooks as examples of effective and guiding trial practice.

Snyder, a member of the University of Baltimore Law School Advisory Council, has been honored by the University of Baltimore for establishing the Stephen L. Snyder Fund for Law Library and Technology, as well as for being an active and long standing supporter of the University.

 

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