Office ManagerRuth V. Fry
Office Managing PartnerCharles O. Monk, II
Vice Office Managing PartnerMichelle N. Lipkowitz
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr's Baltimore Office is located in Lockwood Place, one of the city's most prestigious addresses in the Inner Harbor. Located close to all courts and governmental agencies in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, including the state capital, Annapolis, the office is conveniently within minutes of I-95, Baltimore's rail station, and Baltimore-Washington International Airport, placing it within easy reach of the I-270 technology corridor, Washington D.C., and northern Virginia.
A part of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr since 1998, the office was founded in 1918 as Weinberg & Green, making it one of the most long-established law offices in Maryland. The Baltimore office includes partners who have been highly rated in their fields of practice, and the broad range of services includes litigation, business and tax, estates and trusts, bankruptcy, employment law, insurance regulatory and transaction matters, real estate, and lobbying. The attorneys in the Baltimore office also are committed to service to the community through their roles as civic leaders and members of the boards of directors of a number of the most prominent charitable and civic organizations in the Baltimore area.
From the North via I-95
Follow I-95 through the Fort McHenry Tunnel (toll) to exit (I-395 North Downtown). After exiting, bear left, following signs to the Inner Harbor. Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light, make a right on Pratt Street. Follow Pratt Street five blocks to the Inner Harbor.
From the North via I-83
Follow I-83 South to the merger of I-83 South and I-695 West. Continue on I-695 West/I-83 South about one mile to exit 23-A (I-83 South Downtown). Proceed on I-83 South until the expressway ends at Exit 1 (Fayette Street), at which point the expressway becomes President Street. Turn right on Lombard Street. At the second light make a left onto Commerce St. Turn left onto Pratt St.
From the South
Via I-95 North: Follow I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown). Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light make a right on Pratt Street. Follow Pratt Street five blocks to the Inner Harbor.
From the West
Via I-70 East: Take I-70 East to exit 9 (I-695, Glen Burnie). Take I-695 to exit 11A (I-958 North Baltimore). Proceed on I-95 North to exit 53 (I-395 North Downtown). Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light, make a right onto Pratt Street. Follow Pratt Street five blocks to the Inner Harbor.
From the East
Take route 50 to route 97. Traveling North on route 97, follow signs to Baltimore. Continuing on Rt. 97 to I-695. Take I-695 West to I-95. Turn North following signs to Baltimore on I-95 to exit 53 (I-395 North Downtown). After exiting, bear left, following the signs to the Inner Harbor. Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light make a right onto Pratt Street. Follow Pratt Street five blocks to the Inner Harbor.
From Public Transportation
From a bus stop -
(300 W. Camden Street and S. Howard Street). Take S. Howard Street to Pratt Street. Turn right onto W. Pratt St. Continue straight on W. Pratt St. for approximately 10 blocks. (Cross over Hopkins Place/Sharp Street/Hanover Street/Charles Street /Light Street/Calvert Street/South Street/Commerce/Gay Street). 500 E. Pratt St. is on the left. 0.68 miles.
Take metro to Shot Tower/Marketplace Stop. Once at Shot Tower Stop, exit the metro through the Market Street exit. Walk through the Market area (Port Discovery, Have a Nice Day Cafe), cross Lombard Street, and walk toward the harbor to Pratt Street; make a right on Pratt and walk about a block and a half. Our building is on the right.
Light Rail at Camden Yards -
Take the Convention Center Stop - Cross over Howard Street, make a right on Pratt Street, walk down 10 blocks and 500 E. Pratt is on your left, across the street from the National Aquarium.
Parking is available in the building garage. Garage entrances are located on Lombard, Gay and Market Streets. Exits are on Lombard and Gay.