Background & Education
- Associate, Kramon & Graham, 2012-2015
- University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2012
- The Johns Hopkins University, B.A, International Relations; Latin American Studies, 2005
- Maryland Court of Appeals, 2012
- United States District Court for the District of Maryland, 2012
- Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
Rignal Baldwin’s litigation experience includes civil rights, administrative law, construction law, business litigation and wrongful death/personal injury. He is passionate about the rule of law and representing individuals affected by government overreach.
Rig has successfully represented individual and companies in lawsuits relating to official misconduct, business disputes, academic disputes and administrative matters.
He served as a translator for the Baltimore Orioles during the visit to Cuba and the Cuban team’s visit to Baltimore. He has lived and worked throughout Latin America and speaks Spanish fluently.
While in law school, Rig served as an intern for the Honorable Paul W.Grimm, Chief Magistrate Judge (now District Court Judge) of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, where he assisted on matters relating to spoliation issues and motions practice.