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Barry Emdadi
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Maryland - Annapolis Office
One Park Place, Suite 425
Annapolis, MD 21401

Tel:  (443) 263-2800
Fax:  (443) 263-2935
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Barry Emdadi is an associate at Kiernan Trebach's Annapolis, Maryland office where he focuses his practice on civil litigation. Specifically, he has represented clients in wrongful death, medical malpractice, motor vehicle tort defense and injury, premises liability, real estate litigation, and contractual actions as well.

Prior to joining Kiernan Trebach, Mr. Emdadi practiced in an outside counsel capacity for a large insurance carrier handling third party insurance defense matters as well as premises liability matters. He also practiced as a plaintiff-side attorney practicing civil litigation primarily focused on personal injury and family law matters. Mr. Emdadi has thus represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide array of practice areas of law.

Mr. Emdadi is a native of Germantown, Maryland and was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He graduated from University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelors of Science in Family Science. Mr. Emdadi received his MBA from University of Maryland Global Campus and he received his Juris Doctorate from University of Baltimore School of Law. While attending law school, Mr. Emdadi assisted the Climate Reality Project in a variety of areas including ensuring compliance with lobbying regulations and maintaining tax-exempt status as a non-profit organization. He also completed an externship for the Maryland Office of the Public Defender where he assisted indigent criminal defendants.


  • Judicial Clerkship:  Honorable Andrew F. Wilkinson, Circuit Court for Washington County, Hagerstown, Maryland, October 2020 - May 2021


  • University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., Cum Laude, May 2020
  • University of Maryland University College, M.B.A., May 2012
  • University of Maryland College Park, B.S. in Family Science, May 2007

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