Despite being at the start of her career, Annapolis attorney Lauren A. Torggler is already impressing her colleagues and clients with her professional presentation and extensive knowledge of the law.
Communication is one of Ms. Torggler’s key strengths. Along with her strong research and writing skills, she is able to effectively prepare both herself and her colleagues for a range of legal issues. She practices in a number of areas, focusing mostly on family law and contract litigation.
Lauren A. Torggler was admitted to the Maryland State Bar in 2012 upon graduating from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. Her undergraduate education was completed at the University of Miami, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Communications, with a double major in media management and political science.
In 2007, Ms. Torggler held a position with the Annapolis law firm Hillman, Brown & Darrow as a file clerk. She returned to the firm in 2012 as an intern, transitioning to law clerk and then to Associate Attorney in 2013.
Ms. Torggler has a wide range of legal experience and had several internships where she gained experience in business law and copyright issues including:
- National Geographic Channel, Washington D.C.
- Alliance of Artists and Recording Companies, Alexandria, VA
- Charlotte Bobcats, Charlotte, NC
Dedicated to service and volunteerism, Ms. Torggler is actively involved with many Annapolis area organizations including the Annapolis SPCA and Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Ms. Torggler is a member of the “All that Art” Committee at Maryland Hall and a founding committee member of the Young Patrons of Maryland Hall, a dynamic leadership group for young professionals who seek to further their understanding and exposure to the arts.
Ms. Torggler has also volunteered at the St. Andrew by the Bay Holiday Homeless Shelter, and the Washington D.C. Armed Forces Retirement Home, and is an active member of the Communications Law Institute Alumni Association and the CUA Law Alumni Association, mentoring incoming first-year law students.