Ms. Marcus-Wenger earned her law degree from the University...
Ms. Marcus-Wenger earned her law degree from the University...Elizabeth A. Marcus-Wenger works diligently for English- and Spanish-speaking clients as she advocates for them in achieving their legal goals in a variety of areas including employment discrimination, protective/peace orders, and personal injury cases. Ms. Marcus-Wenger prides herself on treating each client with individualized attention, pairing experience and a keen ear to earn a client's trust and to maximize a client's results.
Ms. Marcus-Wenger earned her law degree from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, focusing on immigration law. While attending law school, she served as the President and Vice President of Students Supporting the Women's Law Center. In 2012, she received the A.J. Bellido de Luna Leadership award for her work with the evening program. Ms. Marcus-Wenger completed her undergraduate degree at Bryn Mawr College in 2005. As part of her undergraduate work, she studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Marcus-Wenger spent three years advocating for victims of domestic violence at the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County, now Hope Works.
Ms. Marcus-Wenger is admitted to practice in the State of Maryland.
To contact Ms. Marcus-Wenger directly, call (443) 321-3632 for a free initial consultation. Ms. Marcus-Wenger looks forward to exploring how she can assist you with you legal concerns.