Initially coming from a background in art and intellectual property law, Marietta B. Warren was initially attracted to Hillman, Brown & Darrow’s strong reputation and diversity of practice areas. HBD offered Ms. Warren an opportunity to expand her litigation practice, while gaining experience with a broad range of legal issues.
She joined the practice as a Law Clerk in 2005 and was promoted to Associate after graduating from the University of Baltimore Law School in 2006. She quickly developed a reputation as an aggressive and thoroughly prepared litigator, who excels at navigating complex legal issues to her client’s advantage.
Ms. Warren practices primarily in the areas of family law, contracts, general civil litigation, and personal injury.
Ms. Warren is able to form an immediate connection with her clients and truly enjoys being able to work, one on one, with her family law clients. Whether dealing with a divorce, child custody, adoption or pre-nuptial agreement, Ms. Warren is able to provide professional advice to her clients as well as compassionate guidance through emotionally challenging periods in their lives. In addition to her general family law practice, Ms. Warren has extensive experience drafting prenuptial agreements and separation agreements, as well as litigating challenges to these types of domestic contracts.
With impressive research and writing skills, Ms. Warren has the ability to take a complex situation and highlight the issues which are most likely to win.
Always one to strive for excellence, Ms. Warren was at the top of her class in law school. She was distinguished as a Torts Law Scholar and served as a Research Assistant to Professor Charles B. Shafer. Her research contributed to his book Maryland Consumer Law: Sales, Leases and Financing.
When not in the office, she spends her time with her husband and two active sons, pursing her interests in art, riding and long distance running. Ms. Warren is also actively involved in the arts community in Annapolis, Washington D.C., Baltimore and New York City, and volunteers to help promote arts education and funding in local and inner-city schools.