Dinah Meraz Domico

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Dinah Meraz Domico is the Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Lewis McDaniels. In addition to that role, Dinah works as a paralegal to support attorney Ryan Lewis. Her focus entails creating content for the firm’s website and social media channels while also ensuring the maximum exposure and reach of the firm. Dinah prioritizes making sure our community knows of our presence so that we can help as many of our locals as possible.

More About Dinah

Her position at the firm does not stop there however, as she also communicates with the firm’s clients and works on their matters to make sure each client knows that we’re always a call away with any questions regarding their cases.

Dinah formerly ventured other areas of the workforce, she previously explored the world of animal advocacy by interning at the World Wildlife Fund and later became a legal assistant at another Frederick Law firm where she learned the ins and outs of immigration law.

When Dinah is not at the office, she is likely at home with her husband Greg, daughter Olivia, and 3 dogs, Emma, Monkey, and Cooper. That might sound like a handful of dogs, but to Dinah, you can never have enough. She, along with her husband, have fostered countless animals from high-kill shelters and found them homes to live happily ever afters. When not saving doggy lives, she is likely to be cooking or enjoying the outdoors with her family.

Education

  • Damascus High School
  • Montgomery College
  • Salisbury University

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If one really wishes to know how justice is administered in a country, one does not question the policemen, the lawyers, the judges, or the protected members of the middle class.

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If one really wishes to know how justice is administered in a country, one does not question the policemen, the lawyers, the judges, or the protected members of the middle class.

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