Trevor M. Addie-Carter
Mr. Addie-Carter is an Associate Attorney with Horman Nichols where he represents individuals and businesses before administrative agencies, the District and Circuit Courts of Maryland. His practice areas include civil litigation, landlord/tenant law, serious traffic defense, collections, family law, and personal injury
Mr. Addie-Carter graduated from the American University Washington College of Law in 2016. While in law school, he served as a competition volunteer judge for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project and the Editor-in-Chief for the Criminal Law Practitioner publication. Additionally, he served internships with the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office; the Hon. John M. Maloney of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland; and represented low-income tenants as a student attorney with DC Law Students in Court, Inc. He is a 2016 fellowship recipient of the College’s JD Distinguished Fellowship Program.
Mr. Addie-Carter was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 2016. He has served as a Legal Fellow with the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office; an Assistant State’s Attorney for Frederick County, Maryland; and as the Judicial Law Clerk for the District Court of Maryland, District Eleven (Frederick & Washington Counties).
Since moving to Frederick, Mr. Addie-Carter has become active with the Bar Association of Frederick County, Maryland, where he enjoys serving as an attorney judge for the BAFC/FCPS High School Mock Trial Competition. He additionally serves on the Church Council for Grace United Church of Christ, where he directs the Church’s outreach work and volunteer projects. He currently lives in Frederick with his husband and their two cats
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