Jodi Anderson has litigated residential and commercial property cases for individuals and businesses, giving her a unique insight into ways to make property transactions smooth and successful. Jodi’s peers and colleagues agree, voting her a Maryland Rising Star every year from 2013 to 2018.
After graduating from McDaniel College with a degree in Physics, Jodi graduated from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, VA receiving honors. Jodi went on to attend Temple University, Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to receive the Masters of Law, more commonly known as LL.M, in Trial Advocacy. Jodi served as a judicial intern in the Federal District Court of the Eastern District of Virginia with the Honorable Walter D. Kelley, Jr. and came home to Maryland to clerk for the Honorable Ronald A. Silkworth at the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Jodi currently resides in Frederick County with her husband and children and is an active community member. Governor Larry Hogan recently appointed Jodi a Member of the Trial Court Judicial Nominating Commission for District 10 – Frederick County.
- Do Two Wrongs Forfeit A Constitutional Right? Revising A Hearsay Rule to Protect the Right to Confrontation, THE FED. LAW., January, 2008
- Speaker on the Todd Laborwit Show for discussions about wills, trusts, and estates
- Speaker on topics in Business Law, 2014 Central Women in Agriculture Forum
- Faculty & Presenter, District Court Civil Trial Practice – A Litigation Skills Workshop, Maryland State Bar Association CLE, Fall 2010