Delegate Bill Frick
Delegate Bill Frick is a proud Marylander, born and raised in Montgomery County. Bill credits his upbringing in Montgomery County and his education in the Montgomery County Public School system for instilling in him a strong belief in public service. After graduating from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, Bill earned degrees from Northwestern University and Harvard Law. He practices law with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, LLP, a leading national law firm in Washington.
Bill has served in the House of Delegates since 2007, where he has been a leader on consumer financial protection and the fight against predatory marketing. For his efforts on consumer issues, Bill was named the state’s most promising legislator by the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition in 2010. Bill serves on the House Ways and Means Committee, and chairs that committee’s Revenues Subcommittee. In his time in the General Assembly, Bill has taken on powerful interests from Wall Street banks to PEPCO. A committed environmentalist and graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School, Bill has a lifetime score of over 90% with the League of Conservation Voters. Finally, Bill has worked to protect and promote local businesses and non-profit institutions, including 2012 legislation that will help leverage state bank deposits to foster loans to Maryland small businesses.
Bill is a devoted father and husband. He lives in Bethesda with his wife, Bethany, and “the Fricklets,” Katie and Charlie.