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Mark J. Alderman graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Business Management and Philosophy and Religion from Washington College. Mr. Alderman earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2011, where he served as a staff editor on the University of Baltimore Journal of Environmental Law and graduated cum laude.
After graduating from the University of Baltimore, Mr. Alderman then served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Philip T. Caroom in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, where he gained invaluable trial court experience and worked with a docket that included civil, criminal, and juvenile matters. He prepared draft judicial opinions and orders on a variety of legal issues, including complex civil litigation, foreclosures, zoning, family law, criminal law, and administrative agency appeals to the Circuit Court.
Mr. Alderman joined the Litigation Department of Levin & Gann, P.A. in 2012. Since joining Levin & Gann, P.A., Mr. Alderman has focused his practice on complex civil litigation, including business disputes, estate litigation, property boundary disputes, and appeals. Mr. Alderman also represents clients throughout District and Circuit Courts in the State of Maryland in landlord/tenant matters, traffic citations, debt collection cases, and foreclosures.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Associate||Levin & Gann, PA||2012 - Present|
|Law Clerk to Judge Philip T. Caroom||Circuit Court For Anne Arundel County||2011 - 2012|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Baltimore County Bar Association||N/A||2012 - Present|
|Successful suit on behalf of tenant for recovery of security deposit||Anne Arundel County District Court awarded my client the full amount of her security deposit, plus treble damages (three times the amount of security deposit), based on her former landlord's failure to comply with Maryland's security deposit law.|
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|University of Baltimore Journal of Environmental Law||Entergy Corp. v. Riverkeeper, Inc.: the U.S. Supreme Court approved the use of cost-benefit analysis for the Environmental Protection Agency's promulgation of Sec. 316(b) of the Clean Water Act.||2009|
|University of Baltimore School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2011|
|Washington College||Business Administration||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2008|