As an attorney, Aigné Goldsby Wells is a legacy lawyer to families and businesses focusing on estate planning, business law, and juvenile law.

As a career coach, Aigné helps future and current lawyers successfully navigate the attorney journey so they can turn their chaos and confusion into clarity and confidence by using her proven Career and Calling Clarity Connection (C-4 Method).

As a speaker, Aigné is known as The Anointed Attorney and she speaks to multiple audiences including students, women, churches, and corporations on topics ranging from social emotional learning, diversity, and faith. Her signature message focuses on empowering her audience to make an impact in the world and knowing their calling.


"She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue."

Proverbs 31:26


Bryn Mawr College

University of Connecticut School of Law


Founding Attorney - Goldsby Law, PLLC

Founder - Black Esquire LLC

Founder - The Anointed Attorney LLC

Magistrate - State of CT Judicial Branch

Commissioner - Freedom of Information Commission


New Leader in the Law, Connecticut Law Tribune (2018)

Graduate of the Last Decade Impact Award, UConn Law Alumni Association (2020)

Rising Star Award, Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyers' Section (2021)

Community Service Award, Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Commission (2022)

Outstanding Alumnus Award, Reading High School Alumni Association (2023)

“Leading, Encouraging, and Teaching, Whenever and Wherever I’m Speaking."

  • – Aigné Goldsby Wells, Esq.


  • Drum major of her high school marching band

  • Former collegiate cross country and track and field athlete

  • 2021 candidate for Mayor of Cromwell, CT

    • Former President of the George W. Crawford Black Bar Association

But, I persevered. . . I couldn't shake the feeling that I couldn't be the only one facing these struggles. So In 2017, God gave me the vision for Black Esquire LLC, and I realized it was my calling to support the next generation of Black lawyers.

In all that I have accomplished and continue to achieve, I must give all honor and glory to God. It is through His guidance that I have found clarity of vision and purpose. Regardless of your religious affiliation, there is nothing more satisfying than understanding your mission in life and relishing in the journey towards its fulfillment. I am wholeheartedly dedicated to helping you do the same, and I eagerly look forward to working with you.

Throughout my attorney journey, I have faced many obstacles and setbacks. Failing the bar exam, depression, weight gain, and the burden of financial struggles. But I never let those challenges define me. Instead, I turned them into opportunities for growth and resilience.

When you work with me, you're not just receiving guidance from someone who has achieved success in her career. You're gaining a compassionate ally who understands the struggles, doubts, and setbacks you may face along the way. I have walked a challenging path, and it is my mission to support and empower you to navigate yours with confidence and purpose.

I invite you to join me on this journey of self-discovery, growth, and fulfillment. Together, we can overcome any obstacles and create a future that is filled with success, purpose, and joy.


When you meet me today, you see a strong, driven, and passionate Black woman, confident in her abilities and eager to help others. But if you strip away the fancy titles and degrees, you'll find a different story. A story that could have taken a very different turn.

Tragedy struck early in my life with the loss of my father to gun violence, just six months after my birth. Despite these challenges, I was blessed with a determined mother who refused to let circumstances dictate our destiny, who ensured I had everything I needed to be successful.

But my path to success wasn't without its challenges. When I was in third grade, my mother moved my brother and me from the inner city of Reading, PA to the suburbs. It was there that I was introduced to racism. Thankfully, I discovered the power of my voice and used it to navigate me ever since.

High school and college became transformative phases in my life. I was always eager to learn something new and utilized my natural gifts and talents in leadership and advocacy to create opportunities for myself that would have otherwise been out of reach. From becoming the drum major of my high school marching band to being the captain of my college's cross country and track and field teams, I was led to leadership.

When I made the decision to pursue law and attend law school, I thought I had everything figured out. But my confidence took a blow when my LSAT scores were lower than anticipated. I felt like a failure! I didn’t believe I was valuable and worthy. I questioned whether I was good enough to be a lawyer.


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