Kraig Long is the president of the Judge AW Center and has been with the center since 2018.
Additionally, Long is a skilled litigator with Miles & Stockbridge (Baltimore, Washington D.C.) who focuses his practice on defending employers against claims on employment matters, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, disability accommodation, family and medical leave, wage-and-hour and non-competition agreements. He also advises and trains clients regarding employment policies and procedures, as well as methods to minimize litigation risk and remediate workplace issues, including accommodating employees with disabilities, managing family and medical leaves, investigating harassment complaints, administering discipline, and creating diverse and inclusive workplaces.
Since joining Miles & Stockbridge as a principal in 2016, Kraig B. Long has worked to defend employers against claims on diverse employment matters such as disability, family leave, discrimination, wrongful discharge, harassment, wage-and-hour claims and non-compete agreements.
Long earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Temple University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. He clerked for the Hon. Alexander Williams Jr. in U.S. District Court and worked for nearly five years as a litigation attorney at Arnold and Porter. For a year, he served as senior counsel for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Enforcement Division.
He notes becoming a partner at Shawe & Rosenthal was his most significant professional accomplishment thus far. He went on to become partner and chair of the labor and employment practice at Tydings & Rosenberg LLP before coming to Miles & Stockbridge.
Long is the president of the Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Center for Education, Justice and Ethics, which focuses on developing solutions for issues affecting underserved communities. Active in the American, National, Maryland and District of Columbia Bar associations, Long is a former officer of the National’s Small Business Law Section. Long previously sat on the Prince George’s County African American Museum and Cultural Center. He also mentors law students and recent graduates.
“As an African American male attorney, becoming a partner at a major law firm, I have a platform to promote and support other diverse attorneys,” said Long.
B.S.Temple University (1992)
J.D.University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law (1998)