Attorney Profile

Saad Malik is an associate in Shapiro Sher’s business law department. He represents the Firm’s corporate clients in a variety of general business matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance, general corporate planning, and employment arrangements. 

Prior to joining Shapiro Sher, Mr. Malik worked as an associate in the Maryland office of a national insurance defense firm, where he litigated a wide variety of matters on behalf of insurance industry clients. He also served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Hon. Lawrence P. Fletcher-Hill of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.

Mr. Malik graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law. As a law student, he served on the school’s Honor Board, clerked for two Baltimore firms, and represented pro bono clients as a Rule 19 student attorney in the Mental Health Law Clinic. Due to his work for the Clinic, he received the law school’s Platinum Pro Bono Challenge Award.

In private practice, Mr. Malik has maintained his commitment to pro bono service. He serves on the Board of Directors of Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and works with Baltimore County Public Library and Maryland Legal Aid in connection with their Mobile Library Law Center, which provides free legal-aid clinics in Baltimore County. He has also served on the Leadership Council of the Islamic Society of Baltimore (2017-2020) and now chairs its Risk Management Committee.


  • Bar Association of Baltimore City
  • Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, Board Member
  • Islamic Society of Baltimore, Leadership Council (2017-2020) and Chair of Risk Management Committee (2020-present)
  • Al-Rahmah School Educational Trust, Trustee

News & Publications

February 01, 2022
Saad Malik elected to MVLS Board of Directors

Shapiro Sher congratulates Saad Malik, an associate in the firm’s business law department, on his election to the Board of Directors of Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS), a non-profit provider of pro bono legal services throughout the state.