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Leonardtown, MD 20650
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Law Office of A. Shane Mattingly, P.C., May 1990 to present. Sole practitioner.
Practice law in criminal, domestic, civil, corporate and personal injury cases.
Served as counsel for the St. Mary’s County Department of Social Services from June 1989
Law Office of Phillip H. Dorsey, III, P.C., September 1987 to May 1990. Senior Associate.
Practiced law in domestic, criminal, corporate and personal injury cases.
Kenny, Kaminetz & Lacer, P.A., January 1987 to September 1987. Law Clerk.
Researched and drafted memoranda, pleadings covering a broad range of subjects, but
concentrating on real estate and corporate matters.
Donahue, Ehrmantraut & Montedonico, September 1985 to January 1987. Law Clerk.
Conducted legal research; drafted pleadings, discovery responses and requests, and
legal memoranda covering a broad range of subject matters including medical
malpractice, insurance, and worker’s compensation.
County Attorney’s Office for St. Mary’s County, June 1985 to September 1985. Legal
Assistant. Aided in a wide range of county matters involving legal, political, and regulatory
interests. Researched and drafted legal memoranda, injunctions and policy reports.
Involved in constant communication with constituents and local media.
Juris Doctor, University of Maryland Law School, 1987
-Served as Associate Editor, Maryland Law Forum
Bachelor of Arts, The Catholic University of America, 1984
-Summa Cum Laude
-Phi Beta Kappa
-Intern, Parliament, London, England (1983)
-Intern, U.S. Senate, Senator Bill Bradley (1982)
-Intern, U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Roy Dyson
-Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society
-Blue Key National Honor Society
Ryken High School, 1980
-President, National Honor Society
-Co-Captain, Ryken Track Team
Leadership Maryland, Class of 2011
Leadership Maryland creates a statewide network of
informed and engaged leaders who are committed to
deciding solutions to the challenges facing the
communities and citizens of Maryland. Each year,
through a competitive process, approximately fifty
accomplished leaders are selected by a group of their
peers to participate in the program. Selection is
based on career accomplishments, leadership
abilities and volunteer activities. Class members
converge monthly in different regions of the state for a
series of classes and hands-on experiences that
highlight local “flavor” in each of five regions.
Leadership Southern Maryland, Class of 2010
Based on the Leadership Maryland program,
participants focus on the challenges facing the
Southern Maryland Region.
Member, St. Mary’s County Bar Association, 1987 to present
-Elected Vice-President in 1993 and 2002
-Elected President in 1994 and 2003
Member, Maryland State Bar Association, 1990 to present
-Elected to Board of Governors, 2002 and 2004
-Member of Committee on Professionalism, 2002 to present
-Elected as fellow, Maryland Bar Foundation, 2005
Member, Federal Bar Association, 1989 to present
Member, Maryland Trial Lawyer’s Association, 1990 to present
With my parents, Alfred and Joan, at law school