Marianela UribeAssociate Attorney
Marianela is an associate attorney with Trollinger Law assisting clients with personal injury and workers’ compensation cases. Ms. Uribe has been with the firm since mid-2020 and is passionate about protecting the injured. She is a licensed attorney in Maryland and Bolivia. Ms. Uribe graduated cum laude from American University where she received her J.D. and L.L.M, and she received master’s degrees in Legal Studies and International Law. She received one of her law degrees from Bolivian Catholic University where she was an active member of the Catholic Lawyer’s Club.
Before her legal career in the United States, Ms. Uribe gained experience as a practicing attorney in Bolivia. She began her career as an attorney for Ferroviaria Oriental S.A. as in-house counsel for a nationwide railroad company. There, she was responsible for handling claims of railroad accidents and injuries, negotiating and enforcing contracts with contractors and subcontractors from the United States, Europe, and Asia. She also represented Ferroviaria Oriental in Congress at the Judicial Committee reforming the Bolivian Railroad Law of 1910, as well as the Chamber of Commerce of Bolivia.
Before coming to Trollinger Law, Ms. Uribe had worked as a Court Appointed Special Advocate in Maryland for children who were placed in court custody. She coordinated with social workers, psychologists, and investigators for the best interest of those children. She also worked as an intern for Catholic Charities for people seeking asylum and residence in the United States.
Ms. Uribe is fluent in Spanish and English, and understands Italian and Portuguese. She is a member of the Maryland Association for Justice and American Association for Justice. She lives in Charles County with her husband, two daughters, and chocolate lab, Percy. She moved from Bolivia to the United States in 2009 and has loved Maryland ever since.