7602 Harford Road
Parkville, MD 21234
Jason A. Plotkin, Esq.
So I am a lawyer. Why should you care? Yes, it’s my vocation, but besides that I’m just like you. I have a family, a wife and two children. Every day I go out into the world to provide for them, I come home and have fun with them and I worry about them. In my free time I love to cook and I have two fantasy football teams that take up way too much of my free time, but I can also claim four championships in the past three seasons!! If you are going to be distracted at least make it worth your while. I also love to lead a local community association and I give back to my community as a Free Mason.
So yes, I am a lawyer, but I practice for three reasons: to love, to serve and to care. If you can get those three things right in any occupation you have, then everyone else wins. That’s the goal. And after all isn’t that what life is all about?
I was born in Baltimore City and raised in Baltimore County. Growing up in Reisterstown, I have fond memories getting ice cream and walking along Main Street after basketball and soccer games. Parkville has that same small town feel and walking along Harford Road often reminds me of the quaint Main Street where I grew up. One of the many reasons I was excited to join Ed Pinder’s Parkville legal team, was the opportunity to have a firm with a “small town” feel so close to the big city. It doesn’t hurt that Ed shares my passion for the Orioles and Ravens!
As President of The Parkville Carney Business Association, Inc. (PCBA), I have the privilege to help plan some of the larger community events, such as the Parkville Towne Center Fair and the Spring Concert Series. You can often find my wife and children tagging along at community events. My toddler had the honor of being my “judicial assistant” at her first Main Street Pup Crawl Costume Contest in 2013.
My votes may have been swayed by her opinion.
Prior to joining the firm, I spent two years investigating financial crimes and four years representing corporate clients. I am a former business law professor at Howard Community College and a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Stephen D. Gerling of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of New York.
2006 : JD with honors, Syracuse University College of Law
2000 : MBA with honors, University of Baltimore
1999 : BS with honors, University of Baltimore
1995 : Franklin High School graduate
2014 – Present : President of The Parkville Carney Business Association, Inc.
2011 – 2012 : Vice-President of the Bryant Gardens Condominium Association
2012 – Present : Free Masons of Maryland, Liberty Pickering Lodge #219
2012 – Present : Business Networking International (BNI)
2014 : Tall Cedars of Lebanon of North America, Baltimore Forest No. 45
Baltimore County Bar Association
Baltimore City Bar Association
Bankruptcy Bar Association for the District of Maryland Baltimore Chapter
Howard County Bar Association
Maryland Association For Justice
Maryland Bar Association
Reisterstown Owings Mills Glyndon Chamber of Commerce
AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
2016: SmartCEO Centers of Influence Award
2016: The Daily Record’s VIP List, Successful Before 40
2016: Baltimore County Council Resolution, Outstanding Volunteer Award with the Parkville Carney Business Association
2016: Maryland General Assembly Citation, Outstanding Volunteer Services to Parkville, Carney and surrounding communities
2016: The Senate of Maryland Citation, Outstanding Volunteer Service at the Parkville Carney Business Association
2016: Baltimore County Executive, Kevin Kamenetz, Executive Citation, Recognized for Commitment to the People of Baltimore County
2015 : Governor Larry Hogan, Jr., State of Maryland, Governor’s Volunteer Certificate
2015 : Baltimore County Executive, Kevin Kamenetz, Executive Citation, Best Advocate Parkville Commercial District
2015 : Baltimore County Council Resolution, 2015 Parkville Towne Center Fair Volunteer Award
2015 : The Senate of Maryland Citation, Outstanding Volunteer Service to the Businesses and Citizens of the Parkville Community
2015 : The Maryland General Assembly Citation, Outstanding Volunteer Service to the Business and Community of Parkville and surrounding communities
2015 : Baltimore County Department of Planning Nominee, Best District Advocate
2014 : The Parkville Carney Business Association, Inc., Certificate of Service & Commitment
2014 : Baltimore County Council Resolution, Honored for service in the community
2014 : The Senate of Maryland, Honored for service in the community
2014 : The Maryland General Assembly, Honored for service in the community
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