Curtis S. Snyder’s practice focuses on zoning and land use, real estate transactions, environmental law, business and commercial law, and banking and finance.
Curtis received his undergraduate degree in Business Management from Salisbury University prior to attending law school at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he graduated with honors and served as the Assistant Managing Editor on the Executive Board of the University of Baltimore’s Law Review.
Curtis grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, living in Ocean City and Salisbury for most of his life. He now lives with his wife and two dogs in Trappe and practices primarily out of the Firm’s Easton office. Curtis enjoys spending his free time outdoors by partaking in activities such as boating, hunting, and fishing.
- Maryland, 2020
- Court of Appeals of Maryland