Nikoletta Mendrinos


Practice Area(s): Carbon Monoxide Poisoning,Criminal Defense,Personal Injury


Among Baltimore's Most Dedicated Attorneys

Ms. Mendrinos is an associate at Murphy, Falcon & Murphy in Baltimore, where she handles both criminal defense and civil matters. In this role, Ms. Mendrinos provides invaluable legal research and support for cases involving police brutality, carbon monoxide poisoning, water pollution, and other areas of practice, in addition to drafting many of the firm’s motions and complaints.

Legal Approach

With a meticulous eye and a practical understanding of the law, Ms. Mendrinos has been lauded for her ability to analyze and apply precedential case law to her current work. She, along with her colleagues at Murphy, Falcon & Murphy, develops the precise and creative legal strategies which set the firm apart.

Early Years

After an enterprising start holding management positions in a number of commercial businesses, Ms. Mendrinos turned her eye toward a long-standing dream: law school. While attending the University of Baltimore School of Law, she served as the Managing Editor of the Journal of Land and Development and was a member of the National Moot Court Competition Team.

Ms. Mendrinos also interned for the Honorable Judge Barry Williams and Honorable Judge John Prevas, in addition to clerking for Shaw, Joseph & Just, P.A. Following graduation, Ms. Mendrinos interned for the Honorable Judge Stephen Sfekas, associate judge for the Baltimore City Circuit Court.


Ms. Mendrinos received her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2012, where she graduated with honors. She previously received her B.S. from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

As a dedicated Baltimore trial attorney, Ms. Mendrinos brings invaluable legal skill, expertise, and passion to the firm, making her a crucial member of Murphy, Falcon & Murphy.

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