Roger R. Munn is Of Counsel with Marks, O’Neill, O’Brien, Doherty & Kelly. He is admitted to practice in Maryland and the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, with pro hac vice admissions in Forsyth and Fulton County, Georgia State Courts and United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

Roger graduated from Pennsylvania State University (Mont Alto/University Park) in 1992, with a bachelor’s degree in labor and industrial relations. He attended the University of Tulsa, College of Law, graduating in 1995. Roger worked during undergrad and while attending law school. After graduation from law school, Roger returned to his home-state of Maryland and worked as an associate for two law firms, and then in private practice prior to his joining Marks O’Neill. Knowing the importance of community, he was a long-time staff attorney for the Pro Se Law Clinic for the Circuit Court for Baltimore County and additionally presented and taught the Family Law Workshop at the Circuit Court, so that access to the courts and knowledge of the legal system/process was available to all. Roger also served as the Chairman for the BCBA Family Law Committee and his written several articles for The Advocate.

Since joining Marks O’Neill, Roger has focused his practice on defending professionals against claims of malpractice and defends employers in claims arising from wrongful termination, retaliation, and discrimination.

Outside of work, Roger enjoys traveling, riding horses, and rehabbing houses.

Roger R. Munn
Of Counsel

Phone 667-206-5315

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  • J.D., University of Tulsa, College of Law, 1995
  • B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1992

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • U.S. District Court For the Northern District of Georgia

Bar Associations

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy, Appellate Advocacy, Post-Trial Practice
  • Casualty Group
  • Healthcare & Catastrophic & Excess Loss
  • Transportation/Trucking

Representative Cases