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Hong has been a Marylander his entire life and graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in the Spring of 2002. After college, he became an investigator, but the appeal of a challenging career in law spurred Hong to move to Baltimore to attend the University of Baltimore School of Law where he graduated with honors in the Spring of 2008.

While attending law school, Hong clerked for the Honorable H. Patrick Stringer, Jr. of the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. After graduating, he clerked at the Circuit Court for Baltimore City for the Honorable M. Brooke Murdock. His time in Baltimore City was spent in the Family Division of the Circuit Court. Serving as a judicial law clerk provided Hong with valuable insight into the mechanics of the judicial system and the judges, administrators, and personnel that make up that branch of the government. It has also provided him with a unique, insider's perspective that many other attorneys do not possess.


After his clerkship ended in Baltimore City, Hong became an associate attorney and focused on Property Law matters and provided legal representation primarily to homeowners associations and condominiums. He successfully litigated cases in both district and circuit courts throughout the State and achieved both monetary judgments as well as injunctive relief for his clients. Additionally, Hong provided clients with transactional services including: legal opinion and governing document drafting; contract drafting and review; and, the drafting and review of agreements, waivers, releases, and other legal documents.

After working as an associate attorney for a number of years, Hong decided that the best way to achieve his personal and professional goals and to represent his clients was to open his own practice. He moved on to establish the Law Office of P. Hong Le, LLC in Baltimore City.

Hong is active in several bar associations. He volunteers his time providing pro bono representation to low income clients through the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, and at pro bono events throughout the City. He is of Vietnamese descent. He resides in Severna Park, Maryland. He enjoys sports, the arts, music and spending time with his family. He also likes to travel and has been to Southeast Asia and Latin America.




University of Baltimore School of Law

J.D. 2008 cum laude


University of Maryland College Park

B.A. 2002


Admitted to Practice:


U.S. District Court (10/21/2011)

State of Maryland (12/17/2008)

D.C. (10/4/2010) (inactive)

Professional Affiliations:


Bar Association of Baltimore City, Member

Maryland State Bar Association, Member

APABA-MD, Member and Past Board Member


BABC: YLD, Public Service Committee

BCBA: Solo & Small Firm Committee


Honors & Awards:


MSBA 2016-2017 Leadership Academy, Fellow


International Human Rights Moot Court, Litigant

International Law Journal, Associate Editor


Bronfein Family Law Clinic, Rule 16 Attorney

Snyder Center for Litigation Skills, Fellow

Center for International and Comparative Law, Fellow


APALSA, Vice President

Phi Delta Phi, Member and Committee Chair

2nd Place, ABA Client Counseling Competition



Semi-fluent in Vietnamese

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