Robert J. Baror practices primarily in the area of employment law, handling cases involving the violation of anti-discrimination laws, such as the ADA (disability discrimination) ADEA (age discrimination), Title VII (discrimination based on race, gender, sex harassment, national origin, retaliation), and FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act). Mr. Baror regularly practices in the courts of Maryland and the District of Columbia and in federal court in the U.S. District of Maryland. Mr. Baror is also currently handling multiple appeals before the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Baror is a 2001 graduate of Harvard University. In 2005, he graduated cum laude from the Cardozo School of Law, where he was on the Law Review. While at Cardozo, he served as an Alexander Fellow for Judge William H. Walls of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey and participated in Cardozo's renowned Intensive Trial Advocacy Program. In addition to his legal career, Mr. Baror has worked as a political consultant, designing communications programs for political candidates, labor unions, and institutional clients, and he served as a communications coordinator for the New York State Senate and a major political party in Buffalo, New York.
Harvard University, BA 2001
Cardozo School of Law, JD 2005
Professional Associations & Memberships
National Employment Lawyers Association
American Association for Justice
American Bar Association
Maryland Bar Association