Lawrence “Larry” S. Greenberg earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science at Boston University. He received his law degree from the University of Baltimore. After graduating from law school, Larry joined the firm where his practice focuses on representing individuals who are injured in automobile accidents or from the negligence of others. Larry also represents individuals accused of crimes and traffic offenses, including representing clients at their Motor Vehicle Administration hearings. Larry also devotes a portion of his practice to business litigation.
Larry is an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law where teaches litigation related classes.
Larry received training and the certification from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) for DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. This is the same training that all Police Officers in Maryland take before they can properly investigate if a driver in Maryland is drinking and driving.
Larry is past president of the Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ). He has served on multiple committees and sections in MAJ, including, legislative, auto-negligence, membership, marketing, awards, nominating, mentoring, new lawyers, trial reporter, scholarship, task forcing, technology, Sponsorship Committee, and the Criminal Law Section. He was active in the MAJ Foundation.
Larry worked tirelessly with the MAJ Public Outreach Committee, where he assisted in planning charity events in conjunction with Safe Kids of Maryland. Together, they donated bike helmets and smoke detectors to underprivileged children and families throughout the state. Larry also worked with MAJ to create the first Social Work Program between the University of Maryland Medical System and MAJ, which donated money to underprivileged families to assist them during times of need when their loved ones were in the hospital.
Larry is also active in the other bar association, including the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association and the American Association for Justice. He has lectured on many topics in Maryland on civil and criminal law issues. Larry has also testified in Annapolis on multiple occasions before the House and the Senate for issues concerning the rights and safety of Maryland residents.
Larry was a Captain and Legal Officer JAG of the Maryland Defense Force where he provided legal support for the Maryland Army National Guard and the Maryland Air National Guard.
Larry is married and has two children and a dog, which he brings to work on most days. Larry was on the Sponsorship Committee of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.