Pessin Katz Law P.A.
Attorney Adam Konstas’s love of education goes beyond fighting successfully for school systems in state and federal courts or working as an adjunct law professor at McDaniel College in Westminster.
Konstas, an education, labor and employment lawyer with Pessin Katz in Towson, has also been a volunteer instructor with the Baltimore County Bar Association’s Civics and Law Academy, teaching high school students about legal issues that affect their lives. In addition, he is an assistant lacrosse coach with the Pikesville Recreation Council.
As a member of the 2014 Business Volunteers Maryland GIVE class, Konstas helped raise money for the 29th Street Community Center in Charles Village. “Most of my work, professionally and in the community, is aimed at helping children,” Konstas said. “My goal is to make the community a great place for children to learn, have fun, and grow.”
His work in the classroom opened his eyes to the problems schools face today. “I learn something new every day in working with school systems,” he said. “But as an adjunct professor, I get to step back from the legal issues and get a broader view of the challenges confronting teachers. Still, I enjoy teaching and share that joy with my students.”
Konstas is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and holds a law degree from University of Baltimore School of Law.