Suzanne Tsintolas

Suzanne M. Tsintolas is a practicing trial attorney with 20 years of experience in litigating civil cases primarily in Maryland and D.C.  She began her formal education with a B.A.


from the University of New Hampshire and earned her Master’s degrees from Troy University in Human Resource Management and Public Administration. Ms. Tsintolas worked for more than 15 years in corporations and local government as a human resources professional concentrating in recruitment, staffing and employment matters.  She culminated her corporate career as a senior human resources manager of a Fortune 50 company, where she advised and counseled senior and executive management on hiring and termination practices; staffing needs; and, ensured compliance with EEOC, OFCCP and AAP guidelines. A graduate of Vermont Law School where she earned her J.D., Ms. Tsintolas was fortunate to work for and be mentored at two boutique law firms in Washington, DC.  There, she honed her trial and litigation skills before opening her solo practice in Maryland in 1997.  In 2009, Ms. Tsintolas expanded her firm and opened an office in the District of Columbia.  The firm’s focus is in resolving legal disputes based in workplace discrimination, employment law, business tort law, and defamation. Ms. Tsintolas’ teaching experience at Georgetown University began in 2007, and includes more than 32 semester-long courses, such as:  Introduction to Legal Research and Writing, Advanced Legal Writing, Torts Law, and Introduction to Litigation, Commercial and Contract Law, Legal Environment, and numerous workshops in English grammar. Prior to this appointment, she taught legal studies at the George Washington University and Montgomery College, Maryland.   Ms. Tsintolas is admitted to practice law in the: Maryland Court of Appeals; United States District Court for the District of Maryland; Superior Court for the District of Columbia; District of Columbia Court of Appeals; United States District Court for the District of Columbia; United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; United States Court of Federal Claims; United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; and, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.