Admitted to the Maryland Bar June 1998
Admitted to the United States District Court for the District of Maryland June 1998
Assist and represent clients on a variety of legal issues in the areas of criminal defense, domestic law and small business litigation. General practice develop legal and trial theories, interview prospective clients, negotiate with opposing counsels, research and prepare briefs and argumentative memoranda.
The Honorable Haile L. Alford
Analyzed cases submitted to and argued before the Superior Court of Delaware; Researched relevant case and statutory law; Drafted opinions and bench memoranda relevant to criminal and administrative agency appeals.
Delaware Civil Clinic
Advised and represented indigent clients at court hearings pursuant to Delaware Supreme Court Rule 56; Areas of representation included Bankruptcy, Guardianship, Landlord-Tenant and Divorce; Conducted legal research; drafted wills, memoranda and other legal documents; Interviewed clients and conducted alternative dispute resolution sessions.
Researched legal issues related to municipal litigation; areas of research included Real Estate, Contracts, Workers Compensation and Labor Law; Drafted memoranda; Summarized depositions; Assisted Attorneys in preparation for trial including witness interviews, drafted discovery and responses; also preparation of briefs, motions and other pleadings.
The Honorable Richard S. Gebelein
Coordinated Delaware's Drug Sentencing Guidelines for judicial analysis; Performed pre-trial publicity investigation of a noted capital murder case for possible jury pool implication; Researched various alternative sentencing programs for judicial inquiry.
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