Andrew Alpert Speaks At 2016 National College For DUI Defense Summer Session Held On The Campus Of Harvard Law School


HarvardBowie, MD The law firm of Alpert Schreyer recently had the honor of having attorney Andrew Alpert, founding partner and 20+ year veteran criminal defense practitioner, to speak at the National College for DUI Defense’s Summer Session 2016 held at the Harvard Law School.

The annual summer session brings in many of country’s leading drunk driving defense lawyers to Harvard, where they share knowledge and expertise with their peers in a more personal setting.

“It was a true honor and privilege to speak at the 2016 summer session,” says Alpert.  “A lot of vital information is shared about important DUI topics…Rules of Evidence, Plea Negotiation Ethics and Medical Defenses to DUI cases – which is what I spoke about.”

For over 25 years, Andrew Alpert has practiced law in Maryland, first as prosecutor, and now as a top rated DUI and criminal defense attorney.  He has appeared on national television to offer his opinion on high profile criminal cases, is the immediate past President of the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association, sustaining member of the National College for DUI Defense and holds membership in the Maryland Association for Justice, Maryland State Bar Association, The National Trial Lawyers, Prince George’s County Bar Association, and The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He has been named to Super Lawyers in Maryland and the District of Columbia on numerous occasions, holds the highest rating possible (AV-Preeminent) from Martindale-Hubbell and carries a 10 out of 10 Superb Rating with AVVO.

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About Andrew Alpert

+Andrew is one of the leading DUI and criminal defense attorneys in both the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia. He blogs about Maryland DUI law, has numerous videos on the subject and has been asked to appear on national television to offer his legal opinion on high-profile criminal cases.