Attorney Robert Hendricks joined the Law Office of Ross W. Albers on July 24th.
Mr. Hendricks is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland and the University of Baltimore School of Law.
After law school, Mr. Hendricks started his legal career as a prosecutor in the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office. He rose through the ranks to the General Felony team.
Mr. Hendricks left the State’s Attorney’s Office in 2012 and entered private practice. For the next five years, he continued to practice criminal law and civil litigation.
His role at the Law Office of Ross W. Albers will include handling criminal and personal injury cases. Mr. Hendricks will also manage client relationships.
Mr. Hendricks arrival will allow our office to focus on business development and our vision to become a nationwide criminal and civil litigation law firm.
He is married and lives with his wife and daughter in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Welcome to our team, Robert!
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Part of the vision of our firm is to not only provided excellent legal services, but to also help our employees grow personally, professionally and financially. This growth is encouraged in a number of ways.
First, through sales training with The Growth Coach of Greater Baltimore. Law school does nothing to prepare lawyers for the business of law. Every member of our firm, from the legal assistant to the owner, will undergo sales training to learn how to live a richer and fuller life while practicing law.
Second, by giving and showing our employees a path to success. Telling a lawyer they need to generate business is different than showing them how to generate business. Our firm wants you to be successful.
Finally, providing a work environment where everyone understands the ONE Thing that makes the firm successful. Sharing the firm’s goals and vision with its employees.