MICHELLE K. WILSON, ESQ.
Michelle K. Wilson is an Assistant Attorney General with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General. She has worked for the Maryland Attorney General’s Office for two years and represents the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Prior to joining the Maryland Attorney General’s Office, Ms. Wilson was a prosecutor with the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office for ten years, spending her last four years as a homicide prosecutor. Prior to joining the State’s Attorney’s Office, Ms. Wilson clerked for the Honorable Marcella A. Holland, Administrative Judge (now retired) for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.
Ms. Wilson is active in the Maryland State Bar Association (“MSBA”) and graduated from the MSBA Leadership Academy. Additionally, Ms. Wilson was President of Monumental City Bar Association, the oldest African American Bar Association in the State of Maryland. She also actively serves on several committees within in the Bar Association of Baltimore City and the Alliance of Black Women Attorneys of Maryland. Ms. Wilson is also a member of the Monumental City Bar Foundation and the Bar Foundation for Baltimore City. Ms. Wilson served for two years on the board of Civil Justice, Inc. In addition, Ms. Wilson is a member of the Character Committee of the Court of Appeals of Maryland for the Sixth Appellate Circuit. Ms. Wilson previously served two years as the President of the Dartmouth Glen Homeowner’s Association.
Ms. Wilson is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Baltimore School of Law, teaching first year law students legal writing and advocacy. In addition, Ms. Wilson teaches graduate and undergraduate business law courses at Strayer University.
Ms. Wilson is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Delaware.