The Law Office is located on the grounds of the Historic Pearl House Farm, on the East Shore of Pearl Bay, in Grand Isle, Vermont. It is a historically registered and restored house and farm of 'Federalist Period' architecture, circa 1830.
The Law Office was established and originated in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1974, and relocated to Bel Air, Maryland. I am also admitted to practice Law before the State and Federal Courts at all levels in Maryland, Washington D.C., and Vermont, along with the U.S. Supreme Court.I also attained special Permission from the Supreme Court of Kentucky to represent a Client in the Supreme Court of Kentucky and its' Lower Courts in Hazard and Corbin Counties, with successful results.
Over the course of my Practice, I have both taught and published for legal seminars, as well as being a Faculty and Adjunct Faculty teacher on both undergraduate and graduate
levels, in Criminal Justice.
This June, I will be celebrating my 44th year in the
Practice of Law and continue to travel out of state to represent Clients.
In 2007, my family relocated to Grand Isle, Vermont to the Historic Pearl House Farm. From November 2007 through November 2008, I served my Internship and was Of Counsel for The Law Office of Collins, McMahon, & Harris,P.L.L.C. in Burlington,Vermont, before opening my Office in Grand Isle.
On June 21, 2012, I successfully completed my Rabbinical Studies, and was Ordained (Semicha) through the Rabbinical Seminary International, located in New York City, N.Y. The Ordination took place at The Actor's Temple, off Broadway, in New York City.