Coriolanus “Cory” Ferrusi


Coriolanus “Cory” Ferrusi joined the Law Office of Landsman and Ronald, LLC in 2018. He brings over fifteen years of successful first chair jury trial experience. He handles complex claims and litigation that include, but are not limited to, personal injury, premises liability, construction defects, product defects, serious felony and misdemeanor criminal and traffic/DUI matters.

Cory is originally from Prince George’s County, Maryland. He attended High School in Washington, DC at Gonzaga College High School. He graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park. He attended law school at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Following law school, he worked as an associate to J. Allan Cohen, Esquire where he handled numerous personal injury claims. He then spent nineteen years working for the Maryland Office of the Public Defender. Fifteen of those years were spent in the felony trial division where Cory tried over fifty cases to a jury. He has tried before a jury a wide range of matters from Possession of Marijuana to Rape and First Degree Murder. Clients and colleagues praise him for his outstanding attention to detail, responsiveness, professionalism, communication skills and pleasant disposition. He is active within the local legal community, and is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Bar Associations of Baltimore City and Baltimore County.

Although a native of the “DMV,” Baltimore has grown to become Cory’s adopted hometown. He and his wife are proud to raise their three children and four dogs in Northern Baltimore County. He enjoys the “beautiful game” by coaching his young son’s recreation council soccer team and rooting for Chelsea FC. He has been a long but no longer suffering fan of the Washington Capitals and believes the Orioles will one day return to greatness.

Professional Affiliations:
Maryland State Bar Association
Bar Association of Baltimore City
Bar Association of Baltimore County

University of Baltimore School of Law, Juris Doctor awarded in 1997
University of Maryland, College Park, Bachelor of Arts (Criminal
Justice and History) awarded in 1992

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