Brenda S. Fishbein
Brenda S. Fishbein received her B.A. in English from the University of Maryland in 1973. She graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law in June, 1979 and she was admitted to the Bar in November of 1979. Ms. Fishbein has resided in Howard County since 1976. Brenda has concentrated her efforts to assist clients in automobile accidents, family law, guardianships, wills and estates.
Brenda Fishbein is a member of the Maryland and Howard County Bar Associations. Brenda Fishbein is also a member of the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland and the local Howard County Chapter of the Women’s Bar Association. Brenda Fishbein is a former member of the Howard County Commission for Women and the Howard County Business Women’s Network.
Brenda Fishbein has served as an officer of her homeowner’s association and she served on the Board of Directors of the Howard County section of the National Council of Jewish Women for ten years. She is a life member of the National Council of Jewish Women and Hadassah. Brenda Fishbein was a past president of the Jewish Federation of Howard County and she continues to be an active participant in fundraising for the Jewish Federation of Howard County.
Brenda Fishbein has been a guest lecturer for the Howard Community College’s Business Law Course. She has been invited to speak to students at several of the area schools on various legal issues and she has conducted mock trials for area students.
Client Testimonials in Ellicott City, MD
“Prior to finding Brenda Fishbein, I had gone to 3 other attorneys who made such serious mistakes in managing my legal issues, that it literally cost me tens of thousands of dollars…Finally, Brenda came into my life. She deftly and swiftly sorted out my legal morass and provided the guidance and support I so desperately needed…Brenda is everything a person could want in an attorney…”
“Brenda and her empathetic staff made me feel more like a family member than a client. This meant a lot to me on many levels. The case she took on had a lot of history (read: complexity). She handled all aspects masterfully and with great confidence. I originally came to her because many of her peers and a former judge held her in high regard. It really showed in the court room…”