Dan Friedman

Adjunct Professor

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Dan Friedman was appointed to the Appellate Court of Maryland in 2014. Prior to becoming an appellate judge, Dan was Counsel to the Maryland General Assembly in the Office of the Attorney General. Before his work with the General Assembly, he was in private practice with Miles & Stockbridge and, later, with Saul Ewing. He also previously worked as Chief of Litigation for the City of Baltimore. Dan enjoys writing about and teaching the Maryland Constitution. He is the author of The Maryland State Constitution: A Reference Guide and several articles on Maryland constitutional law and history. He is also a lecturer and adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland School of law, where he has taught federal and state constitutional law, torts, and appellate advocacy. Dan is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and served as a judicial law clerk to Judge John Carroll Byrnes of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City and Justice Robert L. Karwacki of the Supreme Court of Maryland.