Jennifer A. Falter, Esquire was admitted to the Maryland bar in June, 1996. In January, 2008, she joined the Law Offices of Mark B. Martin. P.A. Jennifer has provided legal services in the areas of special education law, disability rights (504 & ADA), guardianships, school discipline and juvenile delinquency matters for clients throughout the State of Maryland. She served as a judicial law clerk for Judge Robert L. Karwacki at the Court of Appeals of Maryland and she worked as a special staff attorney for the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.
My Practice Philosophy:
I am dedicated to establishing a respectful and comfortable relationship with each client and to ensuring that the client understands the legal process and the options available. As the representative for the client, it is my goal to keep the client informed and to ensure their active participation throughout the representation. I provide vigorous and thoughtful representation for the benefit and needs of those I represent.
Public Interest / Community Service:
Mrs. Falter has contributed to public interest matters as a board member of the Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education (MCIE) and as a volunteer lawyer for pro bono legal service projects. Additionally, she has served as a director and secretary on the Board of Directors for the Southeast Youth Academy, as a volunteer for Volunteer Central (formerly Hands on Baltimore), the Maryland Society for Sight, and for Habitat for Humanity. Member: Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA) and Maryland Special Education Lawyers (MDSEL).