Lou Ulman is a Partner and Senior Consultant with WMS Partners. Prior to joining WMS Partners in 2017, Lou was a principal at Offit Kurman, a leading Mid-Atlantic law firm. With 46 years of experience as an attorney and trusted advisor, Lou is a valuable resource to his clients and the firm. earned a Juris Doctor degree from The Washington College of Law of the American University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in economics from Dickinson College.  He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of The Downtown Columbia Arts and Culture Commission. He has served as chairman of The Maryland Racing Commission under 2 different governors, vice chairman of The Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission, a member of many boards of directors, including The Howard (formerly Columbia) Foundation, Howard County Social Services Board, Howard County Arts Council and as president of the Baltimore Junior Association of Commerce and Santa Claus Anonymous.

Lou has received numerous awards and honors. He was in the first group of Leadership in Law honorees by The Daily Record, was named one of Baltimore’s Legal Elite by Smart CEO magazine, was named a 5 Star Wealth manager  and has received the highest professional rating (AV) from his peers as reported by Martindale-Hubbell.

Lou has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, and has written numerous articles for business and legal publications. He has served as an adjunct professor, teaching Wills and Trusts to students at The Washington College of Law of the American University. A former host of the Progressive Planning radio show on WTOP am in Washington D.C., Lou is an accomplished speaker and has delivered many speeches on estate planning, elder law and asset protection planning.