Location: Cumberland, Maryland, United States
John Conrad Harvey Jr., Esq., a retired attorney, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of legal service.
Beginning his career in politics, Mr. Harvey served as a legislative aide for Edward T. Conroy, a Maryland state senator, from 1974 until 1982. Following this period, he entered legal service as a law clerk to James M. Rae, an associate judge of the circuit court for Prince George’s County. Continuing his work in public service, Mr. Harvey functioned as an assistant to State Attorney Arthur A. Marshall at the Prince George’s County Prosecutor’s Office between 1984 and 1988, after which he entered private practice and specialized in criminal, bankruptcy and motor vehicle accident cases for a decade. He subsequently joined the Maryland Office of the Public Defender, where he remained active as a member of the Office of Collateral Review until his retirement in 2016. Presently, he continues to serve as a member of the local Public Defenders Panel.
Mr. Harvey first studied political science at Frostburg State College, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in 1973. He went on to attend the University of Maryland, graduating with a Master of Arts in political theory and public policy in 1977. Following this accomplishment, he concluded his academic efforts at the University of Baltimore School of Law, from which he received a Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1982. Throughout the course of his subsequent 40-year career in law, Mr. Harvey is most proud to have participated in so many worthwhile endeavors, and attributes much of his success to his overriding sense of purpose. Looking toward the future, he aspires to travel abroad.
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