- 2011, Maryland
- 2012, U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
- Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service (B.S., 2005)
- Ludwig-Maximillians University (M.A., 2008)
- American University Washington College of Law (J.D., 2011)
Mr. Ingram joined The Goldsmith Law Firm, LLC in 2014. After graduating law school in May 2011, Mr. Ingram quickly jumped into doing plaintiff side employment law litigation as an associate for Morris E. Fischer, LLC. There, he was responsible for more than 30 employment-related cases that went before the D.C. and Fourth Circuit Courts of Appeals. Notably, he was the lead attorney for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement “Frat House” case, which involved allegations of EEO-retaliation. The resulting press coverage on Fox News and NBC’s Today show helped bring about a $175,000 settlement for the client. Since joining The Goldsmith Law Firm, LLC, Mr. Ingram has become an integral part of the firm, participating in all aspects of the firm’s operations, including conducting client consultations, drafting briefs, coming up with litigation strategy and doing other work as it arises.