Sharon M. Easley
Sharon Easley’s role as a mother of four fuels her passion for the best interest of your children. Sharon is a trial lawyer specializing in contested cases, yet with her extensive mediation experience, she looks for a win-win solution. With Sharon on your side, you have an experienced, dedicated attorney fighting for you and your children. Often called upon to speak on trial skills, Sharon recently spoke at the Collin County Bench Bar Conference and taught a continuing legal education course on discovery and evidence.
In 1988 Sharon Easley began her legal career working as a commercial and employment lawyer with the downtown Dallas law firm of Moore & Peterson. Sharon began her solo practice in Plano in 1992 to have greater flexibility in raising her children. In 1997, Sharon joined forces with Lisa Marquis and together they founded Easley & Marquis.
Sharon Easley’s community service roles have included fundraising, advisory council and board of directors for the Turning Point Rape Crisis Center; officer of the Plano Chamber of Commerce Women’s Division; President of the Collin County Bar Association and Co-Founder and President of the Collin County Bench Bar Foundation. Sharon is a graduate of the 1999 – 2000 Leadership Plano Class and was named National Business Woman of the Year in 2000 by the American Business Women’s Association.
In 1985 she earned her BA in Business Administration from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington and in 1988 she earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma School of Law in Norman, Oklahoma. Sharon has lived in Plano for over 20 years and has been married to Mitchell B. Easley, Jr., for 37 years. Her four children are Mona Hogan, Brian Easley; Casey Davis and Julie O’Leary and her four grandchildren are Samantha, Isabella, Elliot and Tommy.