About Mr. Gold
Carl R. Gold became a lawyer because he wanted to help people from all walks of life. As a result, he is experienced in a wide variety of legal fields. He has recovered millions of dollars in personal injury claims for clients, and represented thousands of criminal defendants in every level of the judicial system in Maryland. He routinely represents young people in school discipline cases and special education matters. Additionally, he has handled thousands of labor and employment cases on behalf of both individuals and employers, from Fortune 100 companies to small local businesses.
Mr. Gold was recently inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Towson University chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
Mr. Gold was recognized for his pro bono work with Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Services and with the Lawyer Referral Service of the Baltimore County Bar. See the PDF articles in the November and December issues of the Baltimore County Bar Association Advocate.
Mr. Gold also recently served as a member of the Towson University Title IX Task Force.