The Bar Association of Baltimore recently named Gregory Waterworth (Beta Kappa–Maryland ’10) as the 2023 recipient of their Young Lawyers Award for Public Service. This award recognizes a member of the Association’s Young Lawyers Division who has dedicated significant time and energy to public service activities and/or other community service.
“Organizing the holiday party for homeless children and their families was a pleasure and can’t wait to see it grow and become even more fun every year!” Greg said in a LinkedIn post.
Greg is an Associate at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP and a member of their Litigation Department in their Baltimore office. He maintains a general litigation practice and handles a variety of matters involving complex commercial disputes.
Before joining Saul Ewing, Greg was a judicial clerk for the Hon. J. Mark Coulson, magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland. While earning his J.D. at the University of Baltimore School of Law, he served as a judicial intern for two judges, the Hon. Paul W. Grimm of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland and the Hon. Alexander Wright, Jr. of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland. He was also a summer associate with the Firm.
As an undergraduate, Greg served his chapter as the Philanthropy Chair, Number IV, IFC VP of Administrative Affairs, SGA Greek Legislator, and Number I. During his term as Number I, he was awarded the North-American Interfraternity Conference Undergraduate Award of Distinction for chairing a philanthropy event that raised more than $32,000 for breast cancer research.
After graduating in May 2013 with a degree in Government and Politics, Greg joined the national staff of Kappa Alpha Order and served two years as an Associate Director for Chapter Services before heading to law school.
Greg is currently serving as the alumnus advisor of Beta Kappa Chapter. He has been inducted into the Wood Court of Honor. He is a member of the Loyal Order and a member of the KAOEF’s Crimson & Gold Society.