Alice A. Trueman
Ms. Trueman is an attorney in the firm’s Litigation Department, where she defends business and municipal clients in liability defense matters, handling clients such as trucking companies, school districts, retailers, and property owners.
Prior to Hurwitz & Fine, Ms. Trueman worked in a local personal injury firm, representing clients in motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, premises liability, and product liability actions. Before this, Ms. Trueman served as the Law Clerk to the Honorable Maureen M. Lamasney in Prince George’s Circuit Court, conducting extensive legal research and drafting orders.
Ms. Trueman also has experience in the public sector. She worked in the Maryland Public Defender’s Office defending clients in misdemeanor traffic, criminal, and domestic violence cases.
Ms. Trueman earned her Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center, where she served as the Treasurer of the Jewish Law Students Association and acted as a mentor to students. She received the Pro Bono Pledge Award for legal service to the community. She was a member of DC law Students in Court, where she fought for tenants’ rights in Landlord/Tenant Court, conducted investigations, argued motions, and conducted legal research.
Ms. Trueman interned for the Honorable Timothy J. Drury, 8th Judicial District New York, in the summer of 2010. She externed for the Honorable John Ramsey Johnson, District of Columbia Superior Court, in the spring of 2011, and interned for the U.S Attorney’s Office, Western District of New York in the summer of 2011.
Ms. Trueman earned her Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University, dual major, in Political Science and History, where she graduated cum laude and was a member of the Pre-Law Society, Waltham Group, Hunger & Homelessness Group, and active in intramural basketball and soccer. She also spent a semester at Tel Aviv University concentrating in Political Science and History.