Robert A. Greenberg

Robert A. Greenberg

Robert A. Greenberg

Associate

rgreenberg@kellydorseylaw.com
410-740-8750

Mr. Greenberg is an Associate at Kelly | Dorsey, P.C. assisting with the firm’s business and commercial litigation practice. Mr. Greenberg received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of Maryland, where he majored in Criminology and Criminal Justice, earning Dean’s List Honors. He received his Juris Doctorate from University of Maryland School of Law, graduating cum laude. Mr. Greenberg served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Vicki Ballou-Watts in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County in Towson, Maryland.

 

Prior to joining Kelly | Dorsey, Mr. Greenberg  was an associate at Blades & Rosenfeld, PA where his practice focused primarily on civil litigation, with a concentration in the areas of commercial litigation and family law. Mr. Greenberg is a native of Gaithersburg, Maryland and currently resides in Baltimore City. He has a strong interest in advocacy for those with developmental disabilities and special needs. During his time as a law student, Mr. Greenberg worked closely with the Best Buddies at University of Maryland Baltimore- Founding Graduate Chapter, an organization designed to develop strong ties between Baltimore’s graduate student community and those with developmental disabilities. In addition, Mr. Greenberg serves as the co-founder and Vice President of Chips & Sips Vending, a small business which provides vocational training and facilitates supported employment opportunities for young adults with disabilities.

Mr. Greenberg’s experience is primarily in, but not limited to, these areas:
• Civil Litigation
• Business & Corporate Litigation
• Family Law

Education

• University of Maryland School of Law, J.D. (2015)
• University of Maryland, B.A. Criminology & Criminal Justice (2012)

Admissions

• Maryland

• U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland

Memberships

• Baltimore County Bar Association

• Baltimore City Bar Association

• Montgomery County Bar Association

 

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