Myles Friedman is a seasoned litigator, focusing on criminal defense, family law, personal injury, and estate administration. He was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1963 and later to the Court of Appeals of Maryland and the United States District Court. His love of the courtroom has taken him from the Eastern Shore to Western Maryland to represent his clients.
Early in his career, Myles became an active member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Baltimore County Bar Association. In 1988, he was elected president of the Baltimore County Bar Association, and in 1993 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Maryland Bar Foundation.
Myles received the first J. Earle. Plumhoff Award for Professionalism, and in 2016 on Law Day, he received the Judith P. Ritchey Achievement Award.
He is also a member of the following:
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Baltimore County Bar Association
Myles was born and raised in Baltimore. He was educated in the public school system, graduating from City in 1956. He then received his degree from the University of Maryland College Park and JD from the University of Maryland School of Law.