David Ellin – Baltimore Personal Injury Attorney2018-05-04T21:48:13+00:00

David Ellin
Attorney at Law

Mr. Ellin is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, where he serves on the Travel Committee; Baltimore City Bar Association, where he serves on the Judicial Selection Committee; Maryland Association for Justice; and American Association for Justice.

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In Memoriam

Marvin Ellin, attorney dubbed ‘maestro of malpractice torts,’ dies
Marvin Ellin, a retired Baltimore attorney once described as the “maestro of medical malpractice torts,” died of a respiratory ailment Jan. 8 at Greenfield Senior Living in Cockeysville. The former Glyndon resident was 92. (Dave Harp / Baltimore Sun)  READ MORE >