Gary Damico, Esq.
VP of Development, United Title
Managing Associate, Evans Law
Since joining Evans Law in 2019, Gary Damico has quickly established himself within the practice and the greater Annapolis community as an authority in residential and commercial real estate law. His breadth of career experiences over the past 10 years, combining real estate, litigation, and entrepreneurship, as well as his strength in forming personal connections with each of his clients, make him uniquely suited to his work with Evans Law, where he heads the transactional real estate practice.
A Baltimore native, Gary is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, and the University of Baltimore School of Law. His career began at a boutique criminal defense firm in Baltimore, which gave him experience in legal writing and advocacy, before he established his own practice in 2014 and continued litigating throughout the District and Circuit Courts of Maryland. It was ultimately in 2019 that Gary followed his calling to the transactional side of the law at Evans Law, and he knew he had found his place in the legal industry.
When he isn’t working directly with clients, Gary lends a hand to legal and philanthropic organizations, including the Urban Land Institute, Habitat for Humanity, and Single Carrot Theatre (where his wife is the Executive Director!). In 2021, Gary was named one of the area’s Up & Coming Lawyers by What’s Up? Annapolis, and is a four-time recipient of the Maryland Super Lawyers designation in the Real Estate category.
Gary lives in Baltimore’s Canton neighborhood with his wife Emily and infant Emmett. When there is time, he frustrates himself with golf.
Hello everyone. I joined Evans Law in June 2019 in my ninth year of legal experience.
Between 2011 and 2014, I worked for a boutique criminal defense firm in downtown Baltimore, where I gained an assortment of legal writing and trial court experience. With a few formative years of firm practice and development under my belt, I established my own practice in 2014 and continued litigating throughout the District and Circuit Courts of Maryland.
I have long participated in the real estate enterprise as both an associate broker and attorney. Most recently, between 2017 and 2019, I lawyered in Washington, DC, where I assisted various entities in the synthesis of cases involving Electronically Stored Information (ESI). These connected experiences- real estate, litigation, and entrepreneurship- position me to thrive with clients of varied circumstances and real estate objectives.
I retain active membership and have volunteered in a number of legal and philanthropic organizations, including the Anne Arundel County Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, the Urban Land Institute, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, the Maryland State Department of Education, and Single Carrot Theatre (where my wife is the Executive Director!).
I was born and raised in Baltimore’s Medfield neighborhood (adjacent to Hampden), where I attended high school at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (Poly). I then moved on to the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Baltimore School of Law.
I currently live in Otterbein with my wife Emily.
572 Ritchie Highway, Suite E
Severna Park, MD 21146
Maps & Directions