Jacqueline Anne Moore Delisle
Jacqueline Anne Moore Delisle, a principal in the firm since 2006, focuses her practice in the areas of Real Estate Law, including residential and commercial development, contracts, land use and zoning law, and Business Law, including corporate, partnership and limited liability company formation, acquisitions and transfers. She also provides Estate Administration and Planning services. Prior to joining the firm in 1999, Ms. Delisle was associated with the Law Office of the late John E. Clark (subsequently Love, Fleming & Bearsch, LLC). She also served in the public law venue in Harford County in both the Department of Law, as an Assistant County Attorney for the Department of Planning and Zoning, and as a prosecutor with the State's Attorney's Office. Prior to her admission to the Maryland Bar, she was a judicial law clerk to the late, Honorable Edward O. Weant at the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.
Ms. Delisle earned her law degree from the University of Baltimore, where she was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award for academic excellence in Estate and Trust Law. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College).
Ms. Delisle represents local and regional commercial and residential developers, commercial landlords and tenants and local and regional businesses, both "start up" and established, as well as individuals requiring professional services in the areas of Real Estate, Business Law, or in Estate Planning and Administration. She also works with historical sites, museums and non-profit groups in the areas of administration, grant funding and research.
Ms. Delisle is a member of the Harford County, Maryland and American Bar Associations. She is licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland.
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