Justin Baylor, Associate Attorney
Photo Credit: Jessica Latos Photography
Justin is an Estate Planning attorney that works with clients from diverse professional and personal backgrounds to create comprehensive estate plans to meet the personal objectives of his clients. Estate plans are individually-tailored to each client to accurately document their wishes and protect both their assets and loved ones in the event of death or disability.
Prior to joining the Law Office of Lena A. Clark, Justin worked at an Am Law 200 law firm based out of Baltimore, a small Estate Planning and Elder Law practice in Western Maryland, as well as an independent trust company that serviced clients across the United States.
In his free time, Justin enjoys exercising and cheering on the Washington Capitals and Baltimore Ravens.
- West Virginia University College of Law, Juris Doctor, National Moot Court
- James Madison University, B.S.
We are constantly looking to expand and grow our impact and ability to help families in the Frederick area and beyond.
- Prepare Inventories and Accountings
- Work directly with Clients to gather/request missing information
- Balance IOLTA account
- Drafting legal documents and correspondence
- Act as a backup to Client Intake Manager and Law Clerk
- Manage client information and organize client files
Please follow the below instructions to be considered for a position:
Prepare a cover letter with no more than TWO paragraphs and a closing sentence. In the first paragraph describe your work experience and how technologically savvy you are (especially with Apple products). In the second paragraph, explain your ties to Frederick, and where you see yourself in 5 years. As a closing sentence, please write, “I have read the instructions contained in the job posting and have followed the instructions.”
Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format to admin at lenaclarklegal dot com. The subject line of the email should be your last name (all caps), followed by the position you are applying for in lower case*, followed by one word that you would use to describe yourself in all caps. (For example SMITH intake manager AWESOME).
*If we are not currently advertising a position, replace the position with “hire me”.