G. Harrison Bliss, II

Harrison Bliss is an attorney in the firm’s Civil Litigation practice group. His practice includes a broad range of litigation matters, with a focus on business litigation, employment and contract matters, and collections.

Before joining the Firm, Harrison worked as an associate at Farrell & Gunderson, LLC, where he represented clients in Maryland and the District of Columbia in matters including business disputes, employment matters, medical malpractice cases, appellate practice, and other civil matters. He also represented hospitals and nursing facilities in guardianship proceedings and general tort litigation. After graduating law school, Harrison worked as a judicial law clerk in the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City.

While in law school, Harrison was a staff editor on the University of Baltimore Law Forum, where he had an article published in the Fall 2014 issue. He later served on the Law Forum Editorial Board as the Recent Developments Editor. During his time in Law School, Harrison also worked as a Rule 16 Student Attorney in The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic, where he advocated for discharge upgrades and service connected disability ratings for veterans of the United States Armed Forces who were injured during their time in service.

In his free time, Harrison enjoys quality time with his family, hunting, fishing, and spending time on his family farm in Southern Maryland.

G. Harrison Bliss, II

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G. Harrison Bliss, II

Practice Groups

Areas of Focus


  • Hood College, B.A.
  • University of Baltimore School of Law (cum laude), J.D.

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Washington D.C. Defense Lawyers’ Association 
  • Pro bono work for Wills for Heroes, a nonprofit providing wills and estate documents to first responders free of charge
  • Active fundraiser for the Paul J. Kelley, Jr. Charitable Foundation which supports the Gilchrist Hospice - Howard County

Bar Admission

  • Maryland
  • District Of Columbia