Albert Wilson, Jr.
"I am always mindful that legal cases are more than just a number. They represent a deeply personal, sometimes traumatic, and always a very important event in the lives of people."
Hello. It's a pleasure to meet you. My name is Albert Wilson, Jr. But you can call me Albert.
For years, I've practiced law in the Washington, DC metro region. As an attorney, I've centered my practice on civil litigation, involving construction, real estate, and business. Admittedly, I have been known to take a case or two unrelated to these areas, e.g., consumer protection cases. And on occasion, I will accept a pro bono (free of charge) case that is referred by the AARP.
Undoubtedly, you'll read many lawyers' bios, detailing the various accolades the lawyers have received (e.g., Super Lawyer, Top Lawyer, Robo Cop Lawyer, etc.); the various exclusive committees and boards the lawyers serve on; or the various fancy degrees the lawyers have. Well, I've received awards and recognition and picked up a fancy degree or two. That's all fine and dandy. But all that really counts and all that really matters is the results I achieve for my clients.
During my time as a lawyer, I've devoted my entire career to obtaining successful outcomes for my clients. Read about our cases. Oftentimes, this entails countless hours of preparation in the office, in the courtroom, and even in the shower. One thing is certain: I will not be outworked or underprepared irrespective of the lawyer, the lawyer's firm, or their reputation. I bring this mindset to all cases, which has enabled me to obtain millions in awards for my clients or to have meritless and frivolous cases dismissed. Simply put: I am dedicated to my craft and to my clients.
I guess I should also tell you about my academic background. Well, before law school, I attended The Ohio State University and obtained a BA in French. After college, I attended American University, Washington College of Law. I chose to spend the final year of law school at a French law school in Nanterre, France. All my classes were in French. That was tough. After law school, I decided to get my MBA in Finance.
After all that school (as my parents would say), I was admitted to the Bar. The rest is, as they say, history.
In case you missed any of that, a summary is below.
U.S. District Court for DC
U.S. District Court for MD
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for DC
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for MD
American University, Kogod School of Business
American University, Washington College of Law
Paris-Ouest, Nanterre France
The Ohio State University
When I'm not at work:
Lindy Hopping, Swing Dancing
**Not admitted in Maryland
**Not admitted in Virginia