Ms. Gibson received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore having previously graduated with honors from The University of Maine, Farmington. Ms. Gibson was admitted to the Maryland State Bar in 2006. Additionally, she has further training and certifications as a Mediator, Facilitator, Children’s Best Interest Attorney, and Child Privilege Attorney.
Prior to starting The Law Offices of Erin M. Gibson, LLC in 2007, Ms. Gibson practiced educational law statewide. Ms. Gibson was additionally a legal advocate throughout the state of Maryland and worked in public policy in Annapolis, MD with concentrations in children’s, disability and educational issues.
Her current primary practice areas are family law, mediation, child advocacy, education, and simple wills. Ms. Gibson is also a court appointed Child Best Interest Attorney and Child Privilege Attorney and volunteers regularly providing legal advice to individuals representing themselves at the Carroll County Family Law Clinic.
Ms. Gibson is a member of the American Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, the Carroll County Bar Association, the Baltimore County Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association, the Hampstead Business Association, and the Hampstead Main Street Merchants' Association.
Opened it’s doors in 2007. Our office is located at 4500 Black Rock Road, Suite 203, Hampstead, Maryland 21074. Office hours are by appointment only.
EMGLAW offers a full range of legal and mediation services to best meet your unique legal needs.
We approach all of our cases with the highest regard for you, our client, and implement our affordable representation of you with compassion, honesty, efficiency and integrity. Our firm handles cases in Carroll, Baltimore, Frederick, Montgomery and Howard Counties.
Fees are determined on a case by case basis depending on the type of legal matter, the complexity of the case, and the time requirements needed to fully advocate your position. Payment methods include cash, check, money order, and credit card. Any fees associated with returned checks or credit card processing are charged back to the client