Christopher Norman has the unique honor of having been named a “Super Lawyers Rising Star” first for his prior work defending healthcare providers and now for his work fighting on behalf of injured patients and their families. Chris leverages the “inside knowledge” that he gained as a “Rising Star” medical malpractice defense attorney in his unrelenting effort to recover full justice for the injured patients that he now represents.
Chris has an intensely competitive spirit, having competed in everything from motorcycle racing, to fishing tournaments, to wrestling, and flew solo in his first airplane before graduating high school. Needless to say, Chris is passionate about serious challenges, and brings his competitive edge and desire to win to every case he handles.
Chris is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he served as the Senior Staff Editor on the Intellectual Property Law Journal, and earned a Certificate of Concentration in Business Law. While in law school, Chris served as a Clerk for the Maryland Court of Appeals’ Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, and had his writing published in a University of Baltimore School of Law Journal.
Chris also has a B.A. degree in Philosophy and Political Science from Salisbury University, where he was a member of the Bellavance Honors Program, was inducted into both the Phi Sigma Tau and the Phi Eta Sigma National Honors Societies, and served as a Legislative Aide in the Maryland House of Delegates.
In addition to practicing law, Chris has been handpicked to represent the Third District of Baltimore County on the Baltimore County Arts and Sciences Commission, and the Sixth District on the Baltimore County Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Outside of work, Chris enjoys duck and goose hunting, fishing, cooking, Baltimore sports, and spending time with family and friends.