Rex Wingerter

Rex B. Wingerter has been an attorney for almost 30 years, focusing on family law, criminal defense, and immigration law. He is licensed to practice law in Maryland and the District of Columbia.  He is of counsel to Michael D. Herman, Esq. and Associates, Riverdale Park, Maryland.


 Boston University, Boston, MA
 University of Denver, Graduate School of International Studies, Denver, CO
 Antioch School of Law, Washington, D.C.

Leadership , Membership & Honors

Rex was awarded a Ford Foundation Fellowship to work at the Center for International Policy in Washington, D.C. where he advocated for international cooperation, demilitarization and respect for human rights.

As an independent scholar and free-lance writer, Rex toured and resided in Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Egypt. His scholarly research papers on the Middle East, the Persian Gulf, and the U.S.-China arms race for spaced based weapons has appeared in Asian Perspectives, SAIS Review (School for Advanced International Studied, Johns Hopkins University), Middle East Policy, and the Bulletin of Concerned Asia Scholars. His articles and book reviews on law and U.S. domestic policy and foreign policy have appeared in Foreign Policy in Focus, In These Times, The Progressive, Baltimore Sun, Jordan Times, Middle East International, Middle East Journal, Journal of Palestine Studies, and Middle East Report. Rex is the editor of Middle East Book Review.