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Eric A. Hartlaub has been an Adjunct Professor at Hood since 2006. He has taught the Legal Environment of Business every spring and fall semester he has been at Hood. He has also taught Employment and Labor Law.
Eric A. Hartlaub has been practicing law since 2003. Mr. Hartlaub has legal experience in transactional business matters and the litigation of various business and real property disputes including serving as a court-appointed mediator in business and real property cases. From July, 2003 to July, 2020, he was in private practice. In July, 2020, Mr. Hartlaub was appointed as an Assistant Attorney General with the Maryland Attorney General's Office where he now advises the Maryland Environmental Service. His practice with the State of Maryland includes advice and litigation on human resources matters, debt collection, contract review, Public Information Act compliance, and civil litigation.
Mr. Hartlaub graduated Cum Laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law. He also holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Baltimore College of Liberal Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in Administration of Justice from the Pennsylvania State University. Mr. Hartlaub is admitted to the practice of law in the State of Maryland and the United States District Court for the State of Maryland. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Frederick County Bar Association – where he has served on the Executive Committee and as a co-chair of the Public Service Committee.
His past professional experience also includes three years working as a Probation/Parole Officer. Mr. Hartlaub has served as a Commission Member of the Frederick County Human Relations Commission. He was recognized in November, 2005 by Frederick magazine as an "attorney who cares." He lives in Frederick County with his wife. They have a daughter and a son.
- University of Baltimore School of Law
- Master of Public Administration, University of Baltimore College of Liberal Arts
- B.A., Pennsylvania State University, Administration of Justice