Deb Jung's Experience and Education

Deb Jung is an attorney in private practice providing legal advice, training and consulting to nonprofit and for-profit organizations throughout Maryland.  Most recently, Deb served as the general counsel of the Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations for 12 years.  In that role, she provided legal advice to thousands of nonprofit organizations in Maryland, as well as to the Association, conducted trainings and produced various publications on numerous legal and employment topics critical to nonprofit organizations. 

Prior to her employment at Maryland Nonprofits, Deb served as general counsel of the Close Up Foundation for five years.  Close Up is nonprofit educational organization that brings high school students and teachers to Washington, D.C. for a "close up" look at how the federal government operates.  During that time, she concentrated much of her efforts in the employment area and management of the organization. 

Deb began her legal career at Whiteford, Taylor, and Preston, where she litigated cases on a variety of matters, from medical malpractice to environmental damage claims.  She represented clients in District Court, Circuit Court, and filed appellate briefs. 

Deb graduated from Duke University, and then worked at two different nonprofit organizations over a period of six years, primarily in the program and outreach areas.  After her stint in the workforce, Deb completed her formal education at the University Of Maryland School Of Law and has been employed as an attorney since graduating from law school.