Attorney Marjorie A. Marotta

“Practicing law is more than just knowing the statutes.  Practicing law is about helping each client.”

Attorney Marjorie Ann Marotta earned her J.D. (Juris Doctor) degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she received the George Bloom Scholarship and was selected as a CALI Award winner.

While in Law School, she was editor of the Journal of Technology Law and Policy, serving as editor emeritus after graduation. She also was a teaching assistant in the Legal Writing Department at the Law School and served as a research assistant to Professor Cyril Fox.

While pursuing her law degree, Attorney Marotta completed a summer internship with the Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Aid Society, where she worked on several cases dealing with family law issues.

Upon graduation she joined the law firm of Day and Brzustowicz, is now a full partner in the firm of Brzustowicz and Marotta. Over the past decade, the law firm has expanded its practice and moved to larger offices to better serve their clients.

Attorney Marotta’s path to the law has included many varied and enriching experiences that have given her a unique perspective. A Rotary International Exchange Student, she spent a year inBrazil studying at the University Federale de Espirito Santo and teaching English to Brazilian students of all ages at a Speak Fast Language Center.

Upon returning to the United States, she enrolled at Washington and Jefferson College, graduating with honors. As an undergraduate student, she worked as a car broker dealing with the purchase, sale, import and export of sports and classic cars, and also worked as a retail manager.

After graduation from W & J, Ms Marotta worked in real estate property management, dealing with property and tenant issues for a leading company. She later joined a company that owned, managed and scheduled mobile MRI services in several states. As controller for the company,she played a pivotal role, working with senior leadership, in facilitating the sale of the company to a national vendor. She then joined a Pittsburgh-based law firm as their office manager, a post she held until deciding – eight years after earning her degree at W & J – to pursue her dream of practicing law.