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David Hisle

David Hisle

Associate

“I believe that all people want and deserve to be heard and that this truth is all too often ignored throughout the litigation process. As attorneys, it remains important to remember that we are working with clients who are often dealing with emotionally and economically challenging issues. We must handle each case with the warranted level of compassion and support.” 

David Hisle spent much of his young adulthood traveling and gaining work experience in a variety of professional areas. This afforded him the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with people from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and to appreciate the importance of hard work. David’s unique perspective and compassion for others is what sets him apart in the legal world.  

While in school at the University of Baltimore School of Law, David interned for the Honorable Marcella A. Holland, Administrative Judge, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City and counseled and litigated on behalf of clients as a Rule 16 attorney in the Family Law Clinic. Upon graduation, David went on to clerk for the Honorable Yvette M. Bryant, Judge-in-Charge of the Family Law docket in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.  

Another multi-faceted attorney, David’s practice at Ferrante & Dill covers the areas of domestic, civil, criminal and small business law. His client-centered approach, passionate advocacy and knowledge of the law, provide his clients with the assurance that their matters will be addressed timely, thoroughly and thoughtfully. From landlord/tenant disputes to DUI’s and assault, David’s honesty and willingness to fight for his clients has garnered praise from clients and respect in the courtroom. 

He understands that clients need to be taken care of, protected, appreciated and respected throughout the litigation process. David takes the time to listen, create an open dialogue and guide his clients until they feel all of their needs have been addressed and resolved.