The Lawyers of Lusk Law, LLC
The Lawyers of Lusk Law, LLC bring extensive experience and unique backgrounds to our firm and assist businesses and individuals in Maryland. Our firm has developed on-going relationships with our clients, in order to serve their many diverse needs in business law, landlord/tenant law, litigation, real estate, family law, and animal and equine law.
Rebekah Damen Lusk
Rebekah Damen Lusk is the Owner at Lusk Law, LLC. Rebekah brings personal experiences as a small business owner, real estate investor and landlord to the task of practicing law and working with clients. Her practice includes civil litigation, business, employment, landlord/tenant, real estate, family, equine and animal law. Rebekah handles cases in the District and Circuit Courts throughout Maryland, with a focus in the counties of Frederick, Anne Arundel, Carroll, Baltimore, and Baltimore City, as well as in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland and the District of Columbia. Rebekah also has appellate experience, having represented clients in both the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and the Maryland Court of Appeals. Read more about Rebekah Damen Lusk.
Ruhe Yilma joined Lusk Law, LLC in November 2017, after recently graduating from Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. Prior to working with Lusk Law, Ruhe worked at a TOPA firm in Washington, DC and had internships in a range of government agencies, including with the Anne Arundel Circuit Court. While in Law School, Ruhe was a member of the Law Journal of Law and Technology and participated in the Families and Law Clinic. Read more about Ruhe Yilma
Louisa recently joined Lusk Law, LLC, having worked for a Frederick injury law firm where she successfully settled over 100 cases resulting from auto accidents and work injuries. Before her work in the legal field, she worked for State Farm Insurance for over 10 years. While there, she served the corporate accounting department, fire & casualty claims department and work comp claims department for Maryland, DC, Delaware, West Virginia, Mississippi and Georgia jurisdictions. Read more about Louisa Alexander
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