Attorney profile

Jason E. Cuomo

Jason E. Cuomo

Mr. Cuomo is a private attorney and dedicates the majority of his practice to family law matters. He also selectively litigates serious personal injury cases. Office locations include Towson (conveniently located a mile away from the County Courts Bldg.) and East Baltimore.

Mr. Cuomo is a lifelong resident of Baltimore County and grew up in the Towson area. He is a graduate of Calvert Hall College, Towson University and the University of Baltimore School of Law. Following law school, Mr. Cuomo served as a judicial clerk in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City and thereafter entered private practice. Throughout the tenure of his practice, Mr. Cuomo has litigated hundreds of contested family law cases, numerous appeals and has extensive courtroom experience. This experience enables Mr. Cuomo to approach cases pragmatically and advise clients of the relationship between their specific legal concerns and the judicial process.

Mr. Cuomo is a resident of northern Baltimore County and married with four children. In his spare time, Mr. Cuomo enjoys recreational activities with his children, playing piano and playing the drums.

Bar Admissions/Court Admissions

  • Court of Appeals of Maryland, 2004
  • U.S. District Court for District of Maryland, 2005

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Juris Doctor, Cum Laude – May, 2004
  • Towson University, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude – May, 2001
  • Calvert Hall College – Class of 1997

Affiliations, Associations

  • Baltimore County Bar Association
  • Justinian Society (Maryland Chapter)
  • St. Thomas More Society of Maryland

Awards/Recognitions

  • Superlawyers, 2015; 2016; 2017
  • Superlawyers, (Rising Stars), 2014
  • Nat’l Academy of Family Law Attorneys – Top 10 Maryland Family Attorneys under 40: 2014 and 2015
  • University of Baltimore, School of Law: Appellate Legal Writing Award recipient (2003);
  • Towson University, Prelaw Society Journal: New “Fundamental Rights”, Groping in the Shadows, 2001 [an analyses of Troxel, et vir v. Granville, 530 U.S. 57 (2000)]

Appellate Practice

  • Huntley v. Huntley, 229 Md. App. 484 (2016)
  • Deise v. Deise, 2014 Md. LEXIS 227 (2014)
  • Garrity v. IWIF, 203 Md. App. 285 (2012)
  • Palmer v. Palmer, (unreported, citation omitted) before the COSA, (2009)
  • Warner v. Lechert, 2008 Md. Cir. Ct. LEXIS 128 (2008)
  • Dea v. Lyons, (unreported, citation omitted) before the COSA, (2008)
  • Richardson v. Davis, (unreported, citation omitted) before the COSA, (2006)

Training and Certifications

  • Certified in Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice