Ms. Golding is an Associate Attorney with the Burr Law Firm, having joined the Firm in 2011. Ms. Golding’s areas of practice include divorce, custody, child support, paternity, civil protection matters, and premarital agreements. Her style is reflective of her client’s needs and what is best suited to meet their goals, whether it be through Collaborative Practice, mediation, negotiation, and/or litigation. During law school, Ms. Golding served as a student attorney in the Civil and Family Litigation Clinic, where she represented clients in various domestic relations matters in the Superior Court for the District of Columbia. Previously, Ms. Golding served as a Legal Intern at the IRS, the SEC, the US Small Business Administration, and Section 27, incorporating the AIDS Law Project in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she researched and analyzed various tax, business, and social action issues.
Ms. Golding volunteers at the DC Family Court Self-Help Center and serves as a founding Board Member of the Collaborative Project of Maryland and the Collaborative Project of DC.
Ms. Golding received her law degree from the George Washington University Law School, where she was recognized as a Thurgood Marshall Scholar and graduated cum laude, and her bachelor’s degree with honors from Pomona College. Ms. Golding is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia, Massachusetts and New York.