Curtis H. Booth is a shareholder with the Easton law firm, Cowdrey Thompson, P.C. He has a general civil practice, representing local individuals and organizations in planning and transactional work, and appears in litigation matters in state and federal courts throughout Maryland. He obtained his law degree from Washington & Lee University in 1996, after completing his undergraduate work at Bucknell University. He also has a Master of Laws degree from Georgetown University. He is active with the St. Marks United Methodist Church, the Mid Shore Pro Bono, Inc. legal services foundation, and Talbot Lacrosse. He moved to Talbot County in 1996, and continues to reside in Easton with his wife, Brynja, and their two children.