WASHINGTON, June 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Glenn F. Ivey, the longtime State's Attorney in Prince George's County, has joined District-based law firm Price Benowitz LLP (PriceBenowitz.com) as a partner in the firm.
"We're thrilled that Glenn has decided to join Price Benowitz as we continue to grow and provide value for our clients," Founding Partner David Benowitz said.
"I'm excited to join a strong litigation firm that places priority on serving its clients, without being saddled with the traditional structure and business model of many District firms," Ivey said.
Ivey's political and government experience adds another level of expertise to Price Benowitz's flourishing criminal defense practice. "Glenn will have the opportunity to thrive in a collaborative environment, while providing experience and leadership that will no doubt make all of our people stronger advocates for our clients," Benowitz added.
Ivey will represent individuals and companies involved in business and commercial disputes, internal investigations and legislative matters, criminal defense, regulatory issues, and serious injuries.
Based in Washington, DC, Price Benowitz also has offices in Maryland's Prince George's, Montgomery, Howard, and Baltimore Counties, across Virginia in Fairfax, Prince William, Richmond, and Norfolk Counties, and New York.
A graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, Ivey began his career more than 30 years ago at a law firm in Baltimore before working on Capitol Hill for Congressman John Conyers, Jr. He later served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Washington, DC under future Attorney General Eric Holder. In 2002, he was elected State's Attorney for Prince George's County, where he served for eight years, leading an office of 75 attorneys. Ivey chose not to seek a third term and returned to private practice in 2011.
In addition to practicing law, Ivey is a faculty member at Harvard Law School's renowned Trial Advocacy Workshop, and previously was an adjunct professor for 19 years at the University of Maryland School of Law in Baltimore. Glenn and his wife of 29 years, Jolene, a former state delegate, live in Cheverly, Maryland and remain active in their community. The couple has six children.
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SOURCE Price Benowitz LLP