T. Joseph McQueeney
Areas Of Concentration
- Business Law
- Civil Litigation
- Contract Disputes
- Corporate Matters
- Employment Matters
- Estate Planning & Administration
- Personal Injury
- Traffic Violations (including MVA Hearings)
- 2014 — University of Baltimore School of Law, summa cum laude
- 2010 — University of Maryland, B.A., Criminology & Criminal Justice, with honors
- Fourth and Long: How the Well-Established System of Workers' Compensation Poses a Substantial Threat to the Financial Stability of the NFL, 43 U. Balt. L. Rev. 307 (2014)
T. Joseph McQueeney is the newest member of the team at Braden, Thompson, Poltrack & Mundy. Mr. McQueeney's practice focuses primarily on complex civil litigation in the State of Maryland, including business and contract disputes, personal injury and tortious conduct claims, and other matters involving general civil litigation. Mr. McQueeney also enjoys assisting his clients in an array of other areas, including business formation and operation, estate planning and administration, and serious traffic violations.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. McQueeney attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, graduating in the top three percent of his class. Mr. McQueeney was inducted into the Heuisler Honor Society and received awards for top marks in an array of courses, including Advanced Business Organizations, Copyright and the Arts, Federal Income Tax, Insurance Law, Introduction to Lawyering Skills, and Property Law. During his time in law school, Mr. McQueeney served as the Associate Technology Editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review and a Research Assistant for the Center for Sport and the Law.
Mr. McQueeney earned his undergraduate degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice, with honors, and a minor in Philosophy, from the University of Maryland, where he participated in the College Park Scholars Program for Business, Society, and the Economy, as well as the Criminology & Criminal Justice Honors Program. In his final two years at the University of Maryland, Mr. McQueeney joined the football team as a walk-on wide receiver, earning a varsity letter during his senior season and receiving the University of Maryland President's Cup for academic achievement in intercollegiate athletics.
Mr. McQueeney is a lifelong resident of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and is an active member of Kent Island United Methodist Church.