About Us


Attorney Anne M. Deady, Esq.
Anne M. Deady is a second generation Baltimore trial attorney.  She is recognized for her tenacity, prepardness and creativity in the courtroom.    While at the University of Maryland School of Law, she was presented with the Public Service Award, the Dean's Award, and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Diversity Recognition Award for her work with the Maryland Katrina and Indigent Defense Project, an organization Ms. Deady co-founded to respond to the overwhelming need that existed in the Gulf COast after the devastating effects Hurricane Katrina had on the legal system.  Under the leadership of Ms. Deady and others, over 150 Maryland Law students, faculty and alumni completed 9 service trips to the Gulf Coast, volunteering over 5,000 hours of service.  

Following law school, Ms. Deady served as Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable John N. Prevas, former Chief Judge of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.  Since then, she has developed a busy practice in the areas of criminal defense, family law, estate planning and litigation and personal injury.  

Ms. Deady is admitted to practice in all Maryland state courts and the U.S District Court for the District of Maryland.  

Affiliations

Member, Maryland Bar Association
Member, Bar Association of Baltimore City
Member, Maryland Criminal Defense Attorney's Association 

Education

J.D. University of Maryland School of Law, 2008
B.A., High Distinction, University of Virginia, 2005
Garrison Forest School, 2001