TJ Creevy - Associate
A highly motivated and skilled advocate, TJ is an attorney in RMG's Litigation practice group. TJ's practice involves representing clients in all stages of civil litigation, where he brings a unique perspective as a U.S. Navy veteran alongside his exceptional work ethic and significant experience in the courtroom. His tactical acumen, interpersonal skills, and ability to respond rapidly to changing situations have directly translated to successful outcomes for his clients. Although TJ's main focus is civil litigation, he excels at meeting clients' needs in other capacities outside of the courtroom, and he goes above and beyond to promote his clients' interests in any legal matter. TJ has a particular interest in environmental law and provides legal solutions to federal and state environmental issues involving compliance, permitting, zoning, regulations, and torts.
Prior to joining RMG, TJ graduated from the United States Naval Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and his Commission as a Surface Warfare Officer. He then completed six years of active duty, including two deployments to the Middle East, and received numerous personal and unit awards during his service. He then received his Honorable Discharge and transitioned out of the military to pursue a legal career. TJ attended the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, during which time he worked for the Office of the Attorney General - Maryland Department of the Environment, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Litigation Department, a prominent Baltimore litigation firm, and the Maryland Environmental Law Clinic. After graduating law school, TJ was a judicial clerk for the Hon. Richard R. Trunnell in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County.
TJ lives in Baltimore City with his family. In his free time, he enjoys strength sports, video games, hiking, and boating on the Chesapeake Bay.
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, J.D. (2021)
- United States Naval Academy, B.S., with merit (2012)
- U.S. District Court, District of Maryland