Ebele concentrates her practice on counseling and defending employers, insurers, and third-party administrators in workers’ compensation matters. She is involved throughout all stages of the workers’ compensation claims-handling process, from inception through resolution. Ebele draws on her background with complex class action litigation, arbitration, and mediation, including actions involving employment disputes, product liability, civil rights, sexual harassment, defective products, and wage theft claims. Before entering private practice, Ebele gained a range of experience as a student attorney at Baltimore’s Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic, assisting pro bono clients referred by the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, conducting client interviews, preparing bankruptcy documents and other pleadings, and making court appearances as a primary attorney.
Ebele earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina, a master’s degree from Bowie State University, and her J.D. from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.