Myriem earned her B.A. in Political Science from Brown University in 2003. While at Brown, she was named to the National Political Science Honor Society, Pi Sigma Alpha.
Ms. Seabron went on to study at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary. At William and Mary, Myriem served on the Journal of Women and the Law, was named a Graduate Research Fellow, and also worked as Layout Editor of the law school newspaper. In addition, she interned for both state and federal agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board, the Legal Aid Justice Bureau, and the Virginia Department of Employee Dispute Resolution.
Upon graduation from William and Mary’s School of Law in 2007, Myriem accepted a two year judicial clerkship under the Honorable Richard R. Bloxom of Worcester County, which also allowed her to serve behind the scenes with Judge Bloxom in no fewer than four different Maryland county courthouses over the course of the next two years, including Somerset, Wicomico, and Dorchester.
At the conclusion of her clerkship, Ms. Seabron returned to the “Western Shore” of Maryland to practice. Prior to joining SIEGELLAW, Myriem worked as an associate attorney at a family litigation firm in Baltimore County for more than two years, handling family law matters. She then practiced family law in Annapolis for more than four years.
She has extensive experience with the gamut of domestic cases, from guardianship petitions and protective orders to high conflict divorce, child support, and custody matters. While her primary area of practice is family law, Ms. Seabron is also equipped to handle a wide range of civil and criminal litigation, from personal injury claims to breach of contract actions to administrative hearings.
Myriem is an active member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Howard County Bar Association, as well as the Anne Arundel Bar Association. When not in court or the office, she enjoys volunteering, travel, and punishing competitors using her ridiculously high bowling handicap.
Professional Associations & Memberships:
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Family Law Section
- Public Awareness Committee, 2015 to present
- Membership Committee, 2013 to present
- Young Lawyers Section Council, 2012 to present
- MSBA Leadership Academy, Class of 2012
- Maryland Association for Justice
- Family Law Section
- Anne Arundel Bar Association
- Maryland, 2007
- Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA J.D. - 2007
- Brown University, Providence, RI B.A. – 2003
- Major: Political Science