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Lawyer

André Michael Forté, American lawyer. Bar: Maryland 1994, District of Columbia 1995,, United States District Court, District Columbia and United States Court Appeals (4th circuit), United States District Court, District Maryland 1997. Recipient Pro Bono Honors Recognition; fellow Murray Snyder fellowship; scholar Samuel Green scholarship, 1994, Phi Delta Phi Graduate of the Year.

Background

Forté, André Michael was born on November 28, 1969 in Santa Clara, California, United States.

Education

Bachelor in Pol. Science magna cum laude, Le Moyne College Colonel, 1991. Juris Doctor, George Washington University, 1994.

Career

Worked at McCarthy, Wilson & Ethridge (Rockville, MD) specializing in Personal Injury, Insurance Defense, Premises Liability, Civil Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1994, Maryland. 1995, District of Columbia.

Alpha Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Phi (Magister, 1992-1994). 1992 Samuel Green Scholarship. 1994 Phi Delta Phi Graduate of the Year, Washington, D.C. Region.

G.W. Recipient Murray Snyder Fellowship, Pro Bono Honors Recognition. Clerk, The Honorary Frederick D. Dorsey, District of Columbia Superior Court, 1994-1995. Member: Maryland State and American (Student Division, 1991-1994.

Attorney Division, 1994—) Bar Associations. The District of Columbia Bar.

Achievements

  • Bar: Maryland 1994, District of Columbia 1995,, United States District Court, District Columbia and United States Court Appeals (4th circuit), United States District Court, District Maryland 1997.

Membership

Delegate to District of Columbia Judicial Conference, 1997-1999. Member Maryland Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi (Magister, 1992-1994), Alpha Sigma Nu, District of Columbia, Defense Bar Association (president 2002-2003) George Washington American Inn Court (president since 2002).

Connections

Son of Louis Anthony and Dolorosa (Abubo) F. M. Laurie Lee Vogler, August 13, 1994.

father:
Louis Anthony Forté

mother:
Dolorosa (Abubo) Forté