Ahmed Fadlalla, University of Maryland Carey Law School


Ahmed graduated from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Ahmed was with the Judge AW Center from June of 2019 to October of 2020 and worked on a number of projects including spearheading a proposal for the inception of a legal office for the Center as well as research for redistricting proposals in the state of Maryland.

Having been raised in Northeast Ohio, he attended the University of Akron where he majored in political science with a heavy focus on policy. Ahmed was highly involved on campus, both in athletics but also in student organizations, including College Democrats. Ahmed has a deep commitment to the mission of the Judge AW Center for the promotion of education, justice and ethics and this commitment was a driving factor in the decision to attend law school. Ahmed began law school in the fall of 2018, and found his niche early focusing in on public interest practice areas with a particular interest in property law. On the campus of Maryland Carey Law, he is involved in several student organizations, most notably as a board member on the student run non-profit Maryland Public Interest Law Project, which seeks to promote student involvement in public interest law through providing grants and volunteer opportunities for students in the Maryland Carey Law community. In the future, he hopes to continue his legal career in Baltimore City; a city which he has come to embrace as his new home, where he sees the need for a committed, and tenacious advocate and public servant.


  • BA
    Political Science
Photograph of Ahmed Fadlalla