Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Halee F. Weinstein
MSA SC 3520-13925


Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 5, 1962. Attended Campbell University, B.S. (physical education), magna cum laude, 1984; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1989. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1989.

Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 1, Baltimore City, since August 5, 2002. Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1991-2002 (Assistant Division Chief, Charging Division, 2000-02). Member, Mayor's Coordinating Council on Criminal Justice.

Served in U.S. Army (military intelligence), 1984-86. Law clerk to Judge Elsbeth L. Bothe, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 1989-90. Litigation Associate, Kaplan, Heyman, Greenberg, Engelman, & Belgrad, P.A., 1990-91. Member, American, Maryland State and Baltimore City Bar Associations. Member, Women's Bar Association of Maryland; Women's Law Center of Maryland; National Lesbian and Gay Law Association; Maryland Lesbian and Gay Law Association; Maryland State's Attorneys' Association. Adult literacy tutor, South East Community Association, 1989-90. Shortstop, Baltimore Blues softball team, 1989-93. Volunteer lobbyist, Maryland Gay and Lesbian Veterans, 1992-93. Fundraiser & event coordinator for House of Ruth, Baltimore Justice Campaign, and Freestate Justice Campaign. Legislative Co-Chair, Baltimore Justice Campaign, 1993-94. Hopkins Hero, 2001 (ran Baltimore Marathon to raise money for Johns Hopkins Children's Center).

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