Heather Welch Arbogast

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Industries
Education
  • University of Baltimore School of Law, JD, magna cum laude, Editor in Chief, University of Baltimore Law Review, 2010
  • University of Maryland, BA, Government and Politics, Phi Beta Kappa, 2007
Admissions
  • Maryland
Affiliations

Member, Maryland State Bar Association

Member, American Bar Association

Adjunct Board Member, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, 2011-2015

Secretary and Co-chair, Black and White Party Committee, Pratt Contemporaries Board, 2014 - current

Co-chair and Executive Leadership member, Go Red for Women Open your Heart Committee

Member, Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Greater Baltimore Committee

Member, Planning and Project Development Committee, Greater Baltimore Committee

Heather is a member of the firm’s mergers & acquisitions, energy and private equity practice group. Her practice focuses primarily in the areas of corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and energy transactions.  She advises clients on a broad range of corporate governance issues, including complex commercial contracts, as well as on a variety of energy, regulatory and compliance matters.

Following law school, Heather was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Kathryn Grill Graeff of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland. While earning her law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law, she was a the Editor in Chief of the University of Baltimore Law Review, member of the National Moot Court team, chair of the Moot Court Board, and received the law faculty graduation award. As an undergraduate at the University of Maryland, Heather received a Behavioral and Social Sciences CIVICUS Citation and she studied abroad at the University of Alicante.  While attending the University of Maryland, Heather was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

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Heather M Welch
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Author, The Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act and Mega-Churches: Demonstrating the Limits of Religious Land Use Exemptions in Federal Legislation, 39 U.BALT. L. RE. 255, December 2010