Revée M. Walters is a Principal attorney, Chair of the Landlord Representation practice group, a member of the Commercial Litigation practice group, and a member of Offit Kurman’s Diversity Committee. Revée represents small and large businesses in a wide variety of industries in state and federal court litigation, mediations, arbitrations, and agency proceedings. The primary focus of her practice is Fair Housing Act training, counseling and litigation defense, as well as the representation of property management companies and landlords, real estate agents and brokers, and real estate buyers and sellers in diverse and complex housing and employment law matters. This representation includes drafting commercial and residential leases, management agreements and partnership agreements related to real estate; advising and representing clients in cases involving subsidized housing, breaches of lease, wrongful detainer, tenant holdover, licensing and registration related violations, and housing discrimination; and advising clients on employment issues, including compliance with federal and state employment laws, discipline and discharge decisions, handbook and policy development, and medical leave and disability issues.
POINTS OF DISTINCTION
From 2017 - 2020, Ms. Walters was named a Maryland Rising Star by Super Lawyers, a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only 2.5% of attorneys are selected to Rising Stars.
Revée is a member of the Maryland Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar Association, the Montgomery County Bar Association, and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
She currently serves on the Executive Committee for the Montgomery County Bar Association in the position of Secretary, and she is a current member of the Judicial Selections Panel Committee for the Montgomery County Bar Association. Revée is also a head coach for the Thurgood Marshall National Trial Team at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and is a hearing examiner for the Baltimore City Public School system.
Revée was one of only 8 attorneys selected for Montgomery County Bar Association’s Leadership Academy in 2014 and graduated from the Academy in 2015. She is also a prior member of the Montgomery County Maryland American Inns of Court. In 2015, Revée was accepted into the Bar Leaders Foundation for the Montgomery County Bar Association. In 2017, the Montgomery County Maryland Bar Foundation recognized Revée’s community involvement with the Community Service Award.
SPEECHES AND PUBLICATIONS
- Presenter, "The Essentials of Landlord-Tenant Dispute Resolution," The Bar Association of Montgomery County, February 27, 2019
- "Responsibilities of Landlords in Montgomery County" The People's Law Library of Maryland, March 2017
- "New Landlord Tenant Laws In Montgomery County, Maryland" Property Management Association Bulletin, Volume 45, No 4, April 2017
- Speaker, “Maximizing Rent in Maryland,” Landlord Tenant Seminar, Maple Lawn, Maryland
September 19, 2014
- “DC Legalizes Marijuana: Options for Apartment Owners and Managers,” Property Management Association Bulletin, Volume 43, No. 3, March 2015
Prior to joining Offit Kurman, Revée worked as a law clerk for a boutique law firm in Rockville, working on family law matters. In 2011, Revée interned for the Honorable Sherrie Bailey of the Circuit Court for Baltimore County.