Drew Robinson is a staff attorney in the State and Local Government Practice in the Towson office. Drew represents local, regional, and national clients in analyzing and complying with land use regulations primarily related to real estate development.
During his third year of law school, Drew served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Keith R. Truffer in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. Prior to his clerkship, Drew worked as a foreclosure compliance contractor in the Office of the Court Administrator for the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, where he reviewed foreclosure filings and made recommendations to reviewing judges as to whether they should ratify or deny each foreclosure.
Drew also worked as a student attorney in the Veteran's Advocacy Clinic of the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he represented veterans in Veteran's Treatment Court, on administrative appeals to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and in other service-related proceedings. Drew has experience working in both public interest and private law offices, where he conducted research on local rules, civil procedure, and a variety of legal issues, including banking, contract, criminal and trademark law.