Margaret C. Gibson
AssistantValerie Keeney / Michelle Jennings
email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
T 513-977-3465 / 513-977-3450
Maggie Gibson was in a fifth grade classroom for four years. Not because she couldn’t get the hang of fractions, but because she decided to teach fifth graders in Chicago after graduating from Notre Dame with a degree in Spanish and American Studies.
Working with fifth graders developed Maggie’s patience, discipline, and organization, and her current practice in probate, tax and estate planning puts all of these skills to their best use.
Maggie routinely counsels clients on matters at the intersection of family and finances, two areas that can be stressful for many, if not most. Her patience and stress management skills allow her to provide comfort and preserve composure, and her discipline means that she minds the fine details.
Maggie earned a Master’s Degree in Education and a Law Degree from Loyola University Chicago. During law school, she was a member of the Loyola Law Journal and the Family Law Moot Court team, and her article, Remember the IDEA: A Call for Courts to Apply a Piecemeal Approach to Transition Litigation, was published by the Thomas Jefferson Law Review. Loyola University awarded her the President’s Medallion for demonstrated excellence in leadership, scholarship, and service.
At Katz Teller, Maggie is on the firm’s recruiting, benefits and social committees.
- Loyola University Chicago, J.D., 2016
- Loyola University Chicago, M.Ed., 2011
- University of Notre Dame, B.A., 2009
- 2016, Ohio