Tonée Earle


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Tonée Earle is a dedicated and passionate advocate who specializes in family law. With a strong educational foundation and a commitment to serving clients in Washington, D.C. and Maryland, she has already begun to make a significant impact in the field.

Tonée graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2021 from the University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC). While in law school, Tonée assumed the role of Vice President at the Student Bar Association while concurrently participating in the D.C. Bar’s Inaugural Writers In Residence Program during spring 2021. Notably, her contributions were featured on the DC Bar’s website, encompassing numerous articles for the Washington Lawyer, including a prominent feature on Black women in government. Concurrently, Earle joined the Inaugural D.C. Council’s Director of Racial Equality Office as a distinguished Racial Equity Fellow.

Tonée’s dedication to public service shines through her tenure at various government departments. From 2016 to 2020, while pursuing her law degree in the evenings, she served as a paralegal or legal assistant in the Department of Labor, Department of Defense, and the Department of Justice.

Upon graduating from law school, Tonée embarked on a role as a legal fellow at the DC Affordable Law Firm. Here, she not only honed her expertise in family law but also secured an LL.M in advocacy from the Georgetown University Law Campus. Her areas of practice encompass family law, probate law, and immigration law.

Tonée’s grasp of the intricate dynamics within family law cases propels her to deliver bespoke and strategic representation, attuned to each client’s distinctive requirements. Her unwavering dedication to upholding the utmost standards of professionalism and integrity underscores her fervent advocacy for the welfare of her clients and their families.

Tonée Earle, attorney at the Law Offices of Thomas Stahl

Current: Law Offices of Thomas Stahl, president and lead attorney

2022-2023: ChasenBoscolo Trial Lawyers, trial attorney

2021-2022: D.C. Affordable Law Firm, associate attorney

2020-current: The Social Justice Movement, Ltd, founder

2020-2021: Department of Justice, Tax Division, Civil Trial Northern Paralegal Specialist

2019-2020: Department of Defense, Defense Logistics Agency, Office of The General Counsel, Paralegal Specialist

2022: Georgetown University Law Center, Master of Laws, Advocacy

2018-2021: University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law, Juris Doctorate

2015-2017: The George Washington University, Master of Professional Studies, Paralegal studies

2011-2014: Towson University, Bachelor of Science, Law & American Civilization

American Bar Association

DC Bar

Maryland State Bar Association

Community Service:

  • Paralegal Liaison for the Department of Labor FLS Pro Bono Committee, Washington D.C.
  • Paralegal Volunteer at the Washington D.C.
  • Homeless shelter clinic, Washington D.C.
  • Paralegal Volunteer for the D.C. Bar, Bread for the City referral clinic, Washington D.C.
  • Student Fellow for D.C. Council’s Office of Racial Equity
  • Student Fellow for D.C. Bar’s Writers in Residence program
  • Lead Organizer for the March for Justice, presented by UDC Law Student Bar Association, in honor of George Floyd.
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