On May 30, 2018 the Bar Association of Baltimore City will be honoring attorneys who have been practicing law for 50 years, among whom will be Wright, Constable & Skeen partner, James W. Constable. James is a fifth-generation Constable to practice law in Maryland.
Over the span of his professional life, beginning with the firm of Constable, Alexander & Daneker, the firm has grown to over 30 lawyers and is now Wright, Constable & Skeen, LLP. Mr. Constable is known for guiding closely held companies, non-profits, and for his experience in the world of commerce, succession planning, commercial and business litigation. He has been an arbitrator for much of his career, hearing and deciding U.S and international cases for the American Arbitration Association, International Centre for Dispute Resolution, and International Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Constable has a long history of civic involvement including a founder, president and Chair of The Manor Conservancy, board member and Chair of the statewide Maryland Environmental Trust, Chair of the Baltimore County Landmarks Preservation Association, Trustee and a Vice Chair of the Maryland Historical Society, and Trustee of Notre Dame of Maryland University.
Long time law partner, David W. Skeen observed, “I have always admired Jimmy’s dedication to his clients and as an advocate for environmental causes and land preservation in Maryland. I could not have had a better person to practice law with over these many decades.”
About Wright, Constable & Skeen
WCS is ranked as a Tier 1 law firm by U.S. News & World Report in Baltimore in numerous practice areas. It is a full-service law firm representing businesses and individuals in national and local matters including: Commercial Litigation, Construction, Estates & Trusts, Family Law, Fidelity and Surety, Government Contracting, Health Care, Labor & Employment, Immigration, Insurance Defense, Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights, Maritime & Transportation, Real Estate, Mediation and Arbitration.