Marjorie Just

Marjorie Just

Offit Kurman Attorneys at Law

4800 Montgomery Lane 9th Floor
Bethesda, Maryland 20814

Phone: (240) 507-1700
Fax: (240) 507-1735


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Marjorie Just is a Principal of the firm of Offit Kurman Attorneys at Law.  Her practice focuses on complex family law litigation in Maryland and the District of Columbia.  She is also trained in Collaborative Law and Mediation.  While Ms. Just has been a litigator for over twenty years, she believes Collaborative Law is an excellent process for resolving divorce and custody issues in a constructive manner and without the hostility, uncertainty and expense of litigation.

EDUCATION: Ms. Just graduated cum laude from Duke University in 1990 with a B.A. degree in English and Political Science.  She graduated from George Washington University Law School in 1994 with a J.D. degree, where she was a member of the G.W.U. Journal of International Law and Economics.  

BARS:  Ms. Just was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1994 and the District of Columbia Bar in 1995.  She is a member of the District of Columbia Bar, as well as the Montgomery County and Maryland State Bar Associations.  She is also a founding member of the Maryland Collaborative Practice Council.

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES:  Ms. Just is a volunteer family law mentor for the District of Columbia Bar Law Firm Pro Bono program, and has volunteered at the D.C. Bar Advice and Referral Clinic as a family law expert.  She is a member of the DC Metro Area Collaborative Protocols Committee, and serves as a court-appointed family law mediator for the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland.

Ms. Just is the author of Divorce Decisions: Practical Ways to Protect Yourself, Your Children and Your Wallet, published in August 2009 by Capital Books.

 

 

 

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