Judge Gilmore was appointed as an Administrative Law Judge to the District of Columbia Office of Administrative Hearings on February 28, 2022.
Prior to joining the Office of Administrative Hearings, Judge Gilmore severed briefly as an Attorney Advisor for the District of Columbia Board of Elections. Before joining the Board of Elections, Judge Gilmore spent a little over 11 years in private practice. While in private practice, Judge Gilmore served as a member of the Criminal Justice Act, Counsel for Child Abuse and Neglect, Guardian ad litem and Persons in Need of Supervision Panels at the District of Columbia Superior Court. As a practicing attorney, Judge Gilmore participated in countless trials and provided legal advocacy in a variety of cases.
Prior to entering private practice Judge Gilmore served as a Staff Attorney for the Institutional Services Program at the District of Columbia Public Defender Service. While there, he provided post incarceration advocacy on behalf of individuals incarcerated within federal and local detention facilities.
Judge Gilmore received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Morehouse College and his Juris Doctor from North Carolina Central University School of Law. Following law school, Judge Gilmore had the honor of clerking for the late Judge Brenda Frazier-Clemons of Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas.