You are only as good as the people you work with. I have been blessed to be working with the Jenner Law team– a truly remarkable group of lawyers and staff. My goal here is to make sure all of our clients understand that they will receive the individual attention they deserve. Our clients’ success is our first priority here, and I want to bring my experience and insight to make sure that happens.
Mary Beth Diaz is one of the firm’s litigation Senior Paralegals and brings more than 27 years personal injury paralegal experience to the Jenner Law team.
Prior to joining the Jenner Law team in 2022, Mary Beth had experience working for two of Maryland’s leading plaintiffs’ medical malpractice and personal injury law firms. In those firms, Mary Beth was doing client intakes; preparing discovery; and sitting at counsel table at multiple trials. She has extensive knowledge of the litigation process and has assisted in handling numerous cases which have resulted in multi-million-dollar settlements and verdicts.
Mary Beth is the firm’s lead paralegal on the clergy abuse practice and helps our clients overcome the trauma they have experienced in their lives by gaining the trust of our trauma trained staff. Mary Beth has a deep personal connection with survivors who have experienced the atrocities of clergy abuse, and her calm and empathic approach to our clients is what sets her apart. You can see Mary Beth’s recounting of her mother’s experience with clergy sexual abuse here.
- Associate degree in Paralegal Studies
- Johns Hopkins University with a business degree in Business Administration
When not at work, Mary Beth and her husband, JD, are busily raising their twins (age 12), Gabbi and Landon, who are active seventh graders. And, as most Jenner Law dog loving employees, Mary Beth’s third “child” is Boxer/Chihuahua mix named Cano who is a rescue from Georgia.
And if that’s not enough, Mary Beth is the basketball coach for her son’s boys’ basketball team.
That athletic instinct comes naturally because – and we’re not making this up – Mary Beth was a professional women’s duckpin bowler from 1992 to 2000 in the WNDA.
Mary Beth was born and raised in Baltimore and there aren’t many places in Maryland she isn’t familiar with when asked. Mary Beth has an associate degree in Paralegal Studies, and thereafter graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.