Edward L. Healy IV joins Wright, Constable & Skeen with a unique blend of experience, and has most recently served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Nancy M. Purpura in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. As an associate at the WCS Baltimore office, he works with a variety of clients on complex legal matters.
Mr. Healy graduated from the University of Maryland Law school in 2021 from the evening division. During his final year of school, he served as a Judicial intern for the Honorable Marcus Z. Shar in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. On campus, Mr. Healy served as class president in the student bar association as well as president of the Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law association (EASL). During his time in school, Healy founded a sports law competition board for EASL and competed in the Tulane Pro Football Negotiation Competition – finishing as a quarterfinalist in 2021.
Mr. Healy has also gained extensive experience in the football industry during his career. In the summer of 2019, he was a law clerk for the National Football League’s Management Council, working on matters related to employment contract review, labor grievances, and collective bargaining for the Commissioner’s office. Mr. Healy also has experience analyzing NFL player contract language and labor market compensation for a player agency and the leading website on football contracts. Prior to law school, Mr. Healy also interned in the Baltimore Ravens scouting (2012), public relations (2013), and ticket operations (Spring 2014) departments, earning a Super Bowl ring as a member of the scouting department during the 2012 season.
Before his legal career, the game of basketball was Mr. Healy’s first love. Mr. Healy served as the Head Boy’s Varsity Basketball Coach at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Baltimore from 2015-2017. The team set numerous school records during those two seasons, including most wins in any two-year period. As a player, Mr. Healy was noted as one of the integral role players from the 1990s and 2000s at Calvert Hall in the book No Limits by Mark Amatucci.