A 5th generation Maryland resident, Corrie A. Boulay was born in Takoma Park in 1968 and grew up in Fulton, Maryland. Corrie graduated from St. Vincent Pallotti High School in 1986; she later attended the University of Baltimore, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
After earning her undergraduate degree Corrie grew her passion for law by working as a paralegal for 6 years in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Corrie gained experience in a wide variety of legal fields, including family law, criminal/traffic law, worker’s compensation and personal injury. Corrie continued to work as a law clerk while attending the University of Baltimore School of Law; she received her Juris Doctor degree in 1997 and was admitted to the Maryland State Bar the following year.
Following her admission to the bar Corrie began her career by representing victims of domestic violence at the Domestic Violence Center for Howard County. Shortly thereafter Corrie founded her solo practice, specializing in family law matters.
In her spare time Corrie enjoys traveling, the Orioles and Ravens, and the theater.
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