Mr. González grew up in Salisbury, Maryland. At the moment, he is fluent in English and Spanish, conversant in Portuguese.
Mr. González attended the University of Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC). He graduated from UMBC magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with dual degrees: English and Political Science, and dual minors: Cultural Anthropology and Professional Writing.
Three years later, he graduated from SUNY Buffalo Law. For his excellence in trial advocacy, Mr. Gonzalez was awarded both the Robert J. Connolly Trial Technique Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy and Finalist at the Niagara International Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C.
In his career, Mr. González has been involved in more than 2,000 cases, from minor traffic to attempted murder, divorces, DUIs and successful reopenings of deportations.
You may email Mr. González at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Immigration - Baltimore/Arlington
- Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
Amy Paulick joins The Gonzalez Law Firm with a stellar record that is sure to benefit current and future clients. As an Assistant Chief Counsel for DHS in Baltimore for six (6) years, Ms. Paulick handled thousands of cases - earning a reputation as a skilled litigator with deep knowledge of the immigration system. Prior to joining DHS, Amy was an associate with Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann, LLP in Baltimore.
Ms. Paulick has a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies, focusing on Modern Latin American and Southeast Asian history, and earned her law degree from the University of Maryland.
On a personal note, Ms. Paulick is a Baltimore native, and knows the city and its surrounding counties well. She is married and the mother of two young children. She speaks Thai, French, and is proficient in Spanish.
The combination of her knowledge and her warm, empathetic personality makes her well-suited to assist Maryland’s new immigrants.
Thomas Maronick Jr., works of counsel with the Gonzalez Law Firm on personal injury and auto accident cases as well as bankruptcy, and family cases.
His practice includes tort litigation in matters involving medical malpractice, lead paint poisoning, and wrongful death and serious injury matters.
Mr. Maronick is a National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 member. He was chosen a “Best of Baltimore” criminal defense lawyer from 2011-2013 by the US Commerce Association.
Mr. Maronick is a member of the Maryland, and Maryland federal Bars, as well as the 4th Appeal, and the U.S. Supreme Court Bar.
Mr. Maronick was admitted to the Bar in 2008, and has served as Deputy Clerk to Chief Judge John Prevas of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City,
as well as having interned for Judge Bonita Dancy of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City and Judge James Eyler of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.
He is a member of the SAG-AFTRA Mid-Atlantic Executive Board as well as the 2nd Third Chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians.
In his spare time, Mr. Maronick is the lead singer of a jazz band, a writer, host of a weekly radio show, and proud fan of his favorite local sports teams.