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Family Law and Related Matters
Collaborative Law

Sarah M. Gable, Esq.

Education:

  • Bel Air High School, 2002
  • McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College), Magna Cum Laude, B.A., 2006

Law School:

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Cum Laude, J.D., 2009

Admitted:

  • Maryland, 2009

Member:

  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Harford County Bar Association
  • Baltimore County Bar Association
  • Women's Bar Association of Maryland
  • Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

Biography:

  • Judicial Law Clerk: Hon. William O. Carr, Administrative Judge, Circuit Court for Harford County, 2009-­2010
  • University of Baltimore Law Forum, Associate Editor (2008­-2009)
  • Member: Phi Alpha Delta
  • Harford County Chapter of the Women's Bar Association of Maryland, Secretary ('16-'18)
  • Super Lawyers Rising Star ('17-18')
  • Maryland Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Ambassador Board Member ('16-'18)

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