Maryland Super Lawyers Articles

‘The City was on Fire’

Six African-American attorneys on rising up in the backyard of Thurgood Marshall—and navigating Baltimore’s legal landscape, before and after Freddie Gray

Cruz Control

Levin & Gann’s first female managing partner keeps things steady with levelheaded calmness

You Had Me at Hello

Meet Gary Leibowitz, who runs a one-stop agent-and-lawyer shop for athlete clients

Oh Snap

Lawyer-photographer Leslie Billman went from snapping still lifes to capturing the world’s most dynamic athletes

Shedding Light

What’s the long-term effect of true-crime series like Serial and Making a Murderer? C. Justin Brown mostly sees positives

Discovery with Cecilia B. Paizs

Cecilia Paizs passed three different bar exams on the first try—if she didn’t already have a gold medal, we’d give her one.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Estate Planning

Steven Widdes lightened the mood with self-deprecating humor

The Protector of Families

Montgomery County family law magistrate Bibi Berry says attorneys guided by the core value of steadfast integrity can do no wrong

When Love Walked In

As lawyer John Cord and his wife, Kelly, were working their way through their bucket list, they decided it was time to open their doors to a foster child

An Empire of Concealed Assets

How Richard Goldberg and David Shuster got terminating sanctions in a bankruptcy case

(R)IP Address

What happens to our e-pulse after death? Estate planning Anne Coventry is on the case

Local Counsel with Robert Brewer Jr.

The Bethesda attorney tells us what’s good in the neighborhood

The Untouchables

Whether defending public enemy No.1 or Baltimore’s most reviled organization, Joshua Treem takes the clients no one else will

The Crisis at Hand

Stuart Knotts Skok’s unique knowledge of divorces involving children with special needs

The Music Man

Steve Elville helps tune up local music programs

The Riveter

Lisa Sparks opens doors to the law for underprivileged girls

Tech Support

How an early fascination with programming led Michael Oliver to computer law

Ever Ready. Ever Faithful. Ever on the Watch.

How will the DOJ report impact criminal law in Baltimore?

All the President's Men

Ninety-four, to be exact, in President Donald Trump’s graduating class at New York Military Academy. Baltimore’s Paul Bekman was one of them

Local Counsel with Emerson L. Dorsey Jr.

Real estate attorney Emerson L. Dorsey Jr. tells us what’s good in the neighborhood

The Human Touch

Kerry D. Staton is such a good lawyer he almost bankrupted Baltimore

Bosses

Forget a sports car—Heather Hostetter and Amy Strent made the most of a “mid-life crisis” when they struck out on their own

Under the Microscope

How Serial helped C. Justin Brown’s case for Adnan Syed—and how it opened his every legal move to scrutiny

The Long Recovery

Ron Karp is still fighting for the victims of the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombing in Kenya

Balti-More

McGuireWoods’ Ava Lias-Booker on why she’s tired of ‘first’ but not ‘more’

Not The Secretary, The Assistant, The Typist, The Helpmate

Even though lawyering is in her blood, in the male-dominated legal world of the 1970s, M. Natalie McSherry had to prove all the things she wasn’t before she could prove what she was

Across The Aisle Style

Benjamin Rosenberg wants to beat his opponents, not beat them down

How Dondi West Was Won

The Baltimore lawyer keeps his eyes on the frontiers of technology while helping fellow service members

From the Barre to the Bar

Rebecca A. Nitkin traded in her pointe shoes for a criminal defense practice

The Constant Constables

James Constable, the fifth generation of Constables to practice law in Maryland, tells us about his passion for preserving land, growing up in the country, and that time his great-great uncle almost clobbered a U.S. president

Killing Them with Kindness

Plaintiff’s lawyers hate to face Donald L. DeVries Jr. in a courtroom because he is so darn nice

The Humanizer

Criminal defense attorney Rene Sandler has one job: defend

Blind Spot

Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum works to shed light on the issues those with disabilities face

Defiant DNA

Companies that place people over profit should fear Robert K. Jenner

The Boy on the Bay

It didn’t take a message in a bottle for M. Hamilton “Tony” Whitman Jr. to grow up to be a maritime lawyer. Instead, it was sailing on the Chesapeake Bay as a boy and, later, serving time in the Navy

Chasing the Issue

Caroline Ciraolo always liked numbers; but it’s her people skills that make her a top tax controversy attorney

The Quiet Man

A family law case with Michael G. Hendler means intelligent dialogue and client resolution

Silver Lining

From fundraising to pro bono work, bankruptcy lawyer Irving E. Walker helps break down barriers for the homeless of Maryland

Whistle Blown

Genevievette Walker-Lightfoot had evidence in 2004 that Bernie Madoff was committing fraud; no one listened

Maryland Law & Politics

Timothy F. Maloney talks ’70s politics, civility among lawyers, and having a gun pointed at his head

The Sharecropper’s Son

Colleagues say Ken Ravenell is one of the hardest-working lawyers in the state; but he says he knows what hard work really is

Dynamite

Employment lawyer Kathleen Cahill shakes things up locally and nationally

Love and Documents

Lawrence Jacobs helps same-sex couples plan their estates

Insurance Exchange

Jeffrey A. Wothers, managing partner of Niles, Barton & Wilmer, talks insurance, Lloyd’s of London, and why the founder of his firm was jailed by Abraham Lincoln

Catching Up with Kathleen Cahill

Since appearing in the 2012 Super Lawyers Magazine article, employment lawyer Kathleen Cahill continues to have a full plate. 

The Devil and Paul Mark Sandler

For the noted trial attorney, argument, in its scholarly sense, is central to his life

Lien Machine

Deborah Hunt Devan is a stock speculator, a private investigator and a CEO; in other words, a bankruptcy lawyer

Overtime

Aisha Braveboy is both lawyer and delegate

Small Oil

Harry Storm represents the corner gas station

Unnecessary Roughness

Workers’ comp lawyer Benjamin Boscolo represents plumbers, bus drivers and Baltimore Ravens

Rifkin, Not Ripken

Alan Rifkin has represented Maryland’s Senate, governor, jockey club, and, yes, its baseball team

‘If You Run Big, Dangerous Things, You Have an Obligation to Run Them Safely’

The philosophy of Constellation Energy’s Charles Berardesco

Medium Cool

How Susan Preston went from fiery protester to cool med-mal attorney

A New York Yankees Fan in Baltimore’s Bankruptcy Court

Paul M. Nussbaum succeeds at helping failing businesses

Some Little Ol’ Lawyer in Rockville

For 50 years, Albert D. Brault has fought for the righteous cause; he also changed law

Watchman

Jeffrey Nusinov used to fix what you used to wind on your wrist

‘Brace for Impact’

Venable’s James Hanks Jr. was the last passenger out of Flight 1549

The Very Model of a Modern General Litigator

Brian Goodman has fun every summer with Gilbert and Sullivan

Q&A With Ward B. Coe III

The Gallagher Evelius & Jones attorney talks about taking on country clubs, S&Ls—and skunks

High Hurdles

How Olympian Edward Neufville overcame civil war, immigrant status and a speech impediment to amend the U.S. Patriot Act

We Will Sell No Astrachan Before Its Time

James Astrachan is a "professionally focused attorney" mixed with the "nuttiness of an intuitive ad man"

The Collector

Robert T. Franklin is a maniac for Baltimore sports memorabilia and die-cast model trucks

Mr. Everything

A soldier, a cop, a deacon and a lawyer walk into a bar—and they're all Francis Laws

The Lawyer’s Lawyer

Why Andrew Jay Graham believes any case can be won

The Lawyer Who Cleaned Up Baseball

Charles Scheeler on The Wire, WorldCom and the worst middle seat ever

The Pit Bull

To Michele Nethercott, innocence is more than a project

The Amazing Snyder-Man

Stephen Snyder is the master of the nine-figure case; now he’s going for 10!!

The Gentleman

Paul Bekman puts people at ease—which works well with allies and even better on opponents

Still the Authority

How Alison Asti survived someone else’s turf war

More Than a Game

Jeff Schwaber has raised $3 million (and counting) for D.C.’s homeless

The Littlest Brother

The best prep for law and life, Paul Sweeney knows, is two older brothers

Weekend Renaissance Man

Jonathan Claiborne acts, motorcycles and provides color commentary for Terrapins football

Changing the Face of America

How Sheela Murthy went from immigrant to immigration lawyer

The Complete Trial Lawyer

How Arnold Weiner brought down a vice president, rehabilitated a congressman and won the preakness stakes

The Barracuda with a Big Heart

Whether representing the Black Panthers or Bill Gates, Billy Murphy knows when to go for the kill

On the Side of the Underdog

Med-mal lawyer Kathleen Howard Meredith switched from defendant to plaintiff representation, and that has made all the difference

Nice Guy Finishes First

Ron Shapiro's long-term relationship-building approach lost him Oprah, but won him Cal Ripken Jr., the respect of his peers and a Hollywood ending

The Supreme Thrill

Six Maryland attorneys talk about arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court

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