Alicia Lynn Wilson is an associate in Gordon Feinblatt’s Labor and Employment practice group and chair of the firm’s Diversity Committee.
Ms. Wilson’s practice covers the spectrum of employment litigation. She handles all aspects of both state and federal claims involving race, age, disability and gender/sexual orientation discrimination, as well as sexual harassment, retaliatory discharge, and wage and hour issues. In addition, Ms. Wilson represents unions and management in collective bargaining and National Labor Relation Act matters.
Prior to joining the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, Ms. Wilson had a broad litigation practice including representing business and individuals in complex commercial matters arising from banking and lending transactions and contract disputes. She also has represented individuals in custody and divorce matters. Ms. Wilson has extensive experience representing landlords and tenants in matters involving complex commercial leases.
Prior to joining Gordon Feinblatt, Ms. Wilson clerked for the Honorable David W. Young (ret.) of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.
Ms. Wilson is a very active member of the Baltimore community. She has held officer positions in several bar associations. Ms. Wilson is as past president of the Alliance of Black Women Attorneys of Maryland and currently co-chairs the organization’s Strategic Growth Committee. Alicia is also co-Chair of the Historical and Mentoring Committee of the Bar Association of Baltimore City and serves on the local and specialty bar liaison committee of the Maryland State Bar Association.