I was born and raised in Elkins, West Virginia. After serving in the U.S. Army’s Presidential Honor Guard, stationed at Arlington National Cemetery, I returned to West Virginia and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from West Virginia University in 2003. After relocating to Baltimore, I worked in retail and office management for six years before attending law school. I graduated summa cum laude, in the top five percent (5%) of my class, from the University of Baltimore School of Law and was inducted into the Heuisler Honor Society.
While in law school, I participated in the National Moot Court competition, advancing to the National competition level in New York City. I interned with the Honorable Lawrence Daniels in the Baltimore County Circuit Court and worked as a law clerk for a personal injury and medical malpractice attorney. Additionally, as a Student Attorney with the Office of the Public Defender, I represented clients in both District and Circuit Court charged with various crimes including traffic citations, DUI, theft, assault, and drug offenses. Following law school I worked for several years as an associate attorney for a small general practice law firm, and operated my own law firm for a time before joining the Law Offices of Sloane Fish in early 2016.
I am committed to providing exceptional personalized service to each and every client through each step of their case.Bar Admissions · Maryland, December 2011 · United States District Court for the District of Maryland, September 2012 Education · University of Baltimore School of Law, 2011, Summa Cum Laude · West Virginia University, 2003, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design Mr. Corley is admitted to practice law only in the jurisdictions provided above. Information presented within this site is intended only for general information or marketing purposes and should not be construed as legal advice. Information presented is not guaranteed to be accurate or applicable in all jurisdictions, and may not reflect recent changes in the law. For more information, please read the full legal disclaimer.