Maureen Edobor counsels insurers, employers, and third-party administrators throughout Maryland on workers’ compensation issues and defends them before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission. She also represents and depends clients in complex commercial litigation, product liability, and employment matters.
Prior to joining Goldberg Segalla, Maureen was staff attorney for the League of Women Voters of the United States, where she managed a national litigation portfolio involving voting rights, redistricting, election administration, and money in politics.
Maureen gained experience in a variety of legal internships, including with Common Cause New York, the New York University School of Law Brennan Center for Justice, and the Congressional House Judiciary Committee. After graduating with her law degree, she gained additional experience as a judicial clerk to the Hon. Pamela J. White in the Baltimore City Circuit Court before serving as state affairs counsel to the American Association for Justice in Washington, D.C.
Honors & Awards
National Black Lawyers, Top 40 Under 40, 2019
Admitted to Practice
- District of Columbia
- Washington and Lee School of Law, J.D., 2017
- The University of Texas at Arlington, B.A., summa cum laude, 2014
- Bar Association of Baltimore City Young Lawyer’s Division
- Public Service Committee: Co-Chair, 2018–present
- Member At-Large, 2018-19
- Washington and Lee School of Law Young Alumni Council
- Maryland Daily Record: Generation J.D. Blog Contributor
- Thread: Head of Family
Publications & Events
- “Maryland’s New Work Landscape: COVID-19 Update Reflecting Delta and Remote Work Exposure,” (Co-Presenter), GS Webinar Series, September 15, 2021