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Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum

Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum

Practice areas:

Civil Rights, Government, Health Care, Education, Guardianship

About Me

Sharon is a passionate and forceful legal representative for individuals with disabilities as well as for those organizations that support people with disabilities. Sharon aggressively advocates for special education and support services for children and their families and for developmental and mental health services for adults. Sharon is also a kind and gentle advocate for seniors and their families.  She serves as counsel or in an advisory capacity to disability advocacy organizations throughout the State of Maryland and is often asked to speak at annual conferences and training programs.


Sharon is equally passionate and forceful in her representation of non-profit and for-profit entities that provide supports and services to individuals with disabilities and the elderly, whether serving as a proactive general counsel or as an aggressive advocate for her corporate clients. In her representation of community-based mental health and addiction service providers, organizations that provide housing and support services to individuals with developmental disabilities, senior care providers (including nursing homes and assisted living), and providers of personal home care and durable medical equipment, Sharon understands and appreciates the difficult balance her clients must achieve as business entities and service providers.


As a former Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Sharon has built the knowledge, experience and relationships with regulators that allow her to counsel and defend health care providers effectively in actions involving licensure and regulatory compliance. She also uses this experience to represent individual health care practitioners before professional disciplinary boards and to represent parents who find themselves the subject of abuse and neglect accusations by local departments of social services.


Sharon is a member of Network 2000, an organization that promotes the placement of women on corporate boards and in executive suites and educates the public on the benefits of having women in decision-making positions. In addition, members serve as role models and mentors to mid-level professional women seeking to achieve their full professional potential. Members must be sponsored and accepted in order to join.


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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1987

  1. Government: 30%
    28 years
  2. Civil Rights: 30%
    16 years
  3. Health Care: 25%
    28 years
  4. Education: 10%
    16 years
  5. Guardianship: 5%
    16 years


Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

1 total 

  • Irwin R Kramer

    Sharon is as great a lawyer as she is a person and couples her approach to practice with a deep humanity and concern for the people that she works with and for. She is a true professional and a credit to the Maryland bar.


    Irwin Kramer Car Accidents Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP

120 East Baltimore Street
Suite 1700
Baltimore, MD, 21202-6701




Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Avvo Contributions

Legal Answers


Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Super LawyerMaryland Super Lawyers2015
Maryland Super LawyerSuper Lawyers Magazine2014
Top 50 WomenMaryland Super Lawyers2014
Super LawyersSuper Lawyers Magazine2013
Award for Advocacy Leadership In Memory of Stanley S. HerrArc of Baltimore2008
Maryland's Top 100 WomenThe Daily Record2007
Bernard A. Gould Award/ Benefitting Persons with DisabilitiesArc of Maryland2007
Award for Outstanding Legal Service in the Disability FieldOffice of the Attorney General1996
Pro Bono AwardOffice of the Attorney General1991

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
PartnerBrown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP2000 - Present
Of CounselStein & Schonfeld1998 - 2000
Assistant Attorney GeneralOffice of the Maryland Attorney General1988 - 1998
Acting DirectorPublic Justice Center1986 - 1987
Legislative AssistantU.S. House Of Representatives, Committee on Public Works and Transportation (Congress)1979 - 1982


Association NamePosition NameDuration
Maryland Department of Health and Mental HygieneTask Force on Services for Ind. with Dev. Disabilities2014 - Present
Public Justice CenterAdvisory Committee2014 - Present
The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA)Member2013 - Present
Network 2000Business 2000 Award Committee2012 - Present
Network 2000Philanthropy Committee2012 - Present
Network 2000Member2011 - Present
First Maryland Disability Trust, Inc.Board Member2010 - Present
Maryland State Bar AssociationElder Law Section Council2010 - Present
Habonim Dror Camp MoshavaBoard Member2010 - Present
Arc of MarylandLegal Advisory Committee2007 - 2012
The Public Justice CenterBoard of Directors2006 - Present
Bolton Street SynagogueSecretary2006 - 2008
Maryland State Bar AssociationMember1998 - 2008
The National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities at the University of DelawareFacultyN/A
The Women's Law Center of Maryland, Inc.MemberN/A
American Health Lawyers AssociationMemberN/A

Legal Cases

Case NameOutcome
IDEA Special EducationAfter a nearly ten-day hearing, the administrative law judge ordered the district to provide Braille instruction and three years of compensatory services.
A Chance to LearnSpecial Education services for a blind child.
A Matter of JusticeSpecial needs child receives Braille instruction.

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Publication NameTitleDate
Maryland Super LawyersBlind Spot2014
EDUCAUSE ReviewCollege Is Hard Enough: Digital Technology Should Work for Everyone2011


School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Maryland School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor, with Honors1987
Cornell UniversityIndustrial and Labor RelationsMA - Masters1984
University of MichiganPolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of Arts, with Distinction1979

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Accessible Instructional Materials & Technology SummitSetting the Stage: Legal Precedents & Higher Education Obligation2015
Speaker SeriesGuardianship and Other Alternatives2014
American Health Lawyers Association Annual MeetingDisability Discrimination in Health Care Settings: How to Ensure Equal Access and Avoid Violations of the Law2014
2014 Jacobus tenBroek Disability Law SymposiumParental Rights "How-To" Workshop2014
2014 Counsel of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA) Annual ConferenceAdvances in Blindness Advocacy: Power Tools in the Toolbox2014
WBAL Radio Baltimore C4 InterviewDown Syndrome man who died of asphyxia after he was restrained by deputies2013
WHYY Radio in PhiladelphiaInaccessibility of the e-readers utilized by the Free Library of Philadelphia2012
Channel 13 WJZ News Baltimore$2 million lawsuit that was filed against the Board of Education of Prince George’s County and a principal after a student was sexually abused by another boy in his class.2011
Life Transition Series For Persons with Developmental DisabilitiesDo I Really Need a Guardian?2010
Health Care Decision Making for Students With DisabilitiesHealth Care Decision Making for Students With Disabilities2010
The Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental DisabilitiesStrategies for Confronting the Difficult Balance Between Supporting Choice and minimizing Risk2009
Developmental Disabilities Lecture SeriesA Delicate Balance: Supporting Choice While Minimizing Risk2009
Maryland Developmental Disabilities AdministrationDifficult Life Decisions We All Need to Consider2007
Health Care Decisionmaking in MarylandRisk Management Strategies2007
Health Care Decision Making Under Maryland LawSurrogate Decision Making2007
When I'm 64...A Conference On Aging and Developmental DisabiltiesHealthCare Decision Making2006
Maryland Developmental Disabilities AdministrationAre There Alternativies to Guardianship That Will Work for Our Family?2006