Shobita C. DuBois


Shobita C. DuBois joined Love, Fleming, Bearsch & Halloran, LLC in October, 2008, as Managing Attorney of the firm’s Business Group. Ms. DuBois focuses her practice on business transactions, intellectual property, commercial and residential real estate and estate planning. Prior to joining LFBH, Ms. DuBois worked as an associate attorney with a downtown Baltimore law firm concentrating in estate planning, business, corporate and real estate law. Ms. DuBois began her legal career as a Judicial Law Clerk for The Honorable Stephen M. Waldron of the Circuit Court for Harford County, and then as an associate at a local mid-size law firm for several years.

Ms. DuBois graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1995, and received her law degree from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in 1999. Ms. DuBois was admitted to the Maryland Bar in December, 1999.

Ms. DuBois is a co-author of “Statutory Requirements in Residential Real Estate Transactions,” Fourth Edition, 2005, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, and co-author of “Hiring Considerations, Employee vs. Independent Contractor,” May/June, 2007, Mid-Atlantic Builder.  Ms. DuBois is also a speaker at local churches and nonprofits on various topics, including estate planning and business practices.

Ms. DuBois is involved in a number of professional and civic organizations, including having served on the Executive Council for the Harford County Bar Association and on the Board of Directors for the Harford County Bar Foundation. Ms. DuBois was involved with The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region, having served on the Board of Directors for many years, as well as serving as Chair of the Planned Giving Committee for The Arc.  Ms. DuBois also served as a Board Member and Vice Chair of The Arc Foundation Board.  Ms. DuBois also serves as Special Advisor for Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding, a local nonprofit assisting individuals with disabilities through equine-based therapy. Ms. DuBois served as one of the founding Board Members of Making a Difference: Truancy Education, Inc., a local nonprofit which was dedicated to reducing the truancy rates in the State of Maryland.  In furtherance of Ms. DuBois’ commitment to the community, she is a Member of the Chesapeake Professional Women’s Network, which is a local nonprofit organization designed to empower professional women and women business owners. Ms. DuBois currently serves as Vice President of the Board and will serve as its President beginning in June, 2023.

In the midst of the pandemic, Ms. DuBois studied to become a yoga instructor, obtaining her RYT-200 in 2021.  Ms. DuBois teaches at a studio, gym and brewery in Bel Air. During the summer, Ms. DuBois teaches karma yoga (free yoga) in Ocean City, Maryland.

In addition to her professional and community-based commitments, Ms. DuBois volunteers at both St. Margaret School and Loyola Blakefield, schools she holds in high esteem as innovative educators to the Harford County and Baltimore County communities. Ms. DuBois has resided in Harford County, Maryland since 2002.  She and her husband have three children who all attended local schools and play sports. The oldest is currently attending University of South Carolina – GO GAMECOCKS!

Ms. DuBois’ areas of practice include:

  • Business Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Intellectual Property
  • Real Estate


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