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Assistant Civil

Brandywine, Maryland, United States
August 23, 2018

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Maryland bar, awaiting results, July 2018. Member of the Maryland State Bar Association.


University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, MD

J.D., cum laude, May 2018

Honors: University of Baltimore Journal of International Law – Associate Editor

Publications: Irreparable Damage-An Analysis of Possible Reparations for Former Child Soldiers, U. Balt. J. Int’l L., online

Activities: Black Law Student Association

Woman’s Bar Association

International Law Society

Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity

American Society of International Law

Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA

B.A. in International Studies, Minor in Spanish, July 2014

G.P.A.: 3.22

Study Abroad: CPI Heredia, San Joaquín de Flores, Heredia (Summer 2013)


Prof. Nienke Grossman, Baltimore, MD

Research Assistant, March 2018 – May 2018

Researched secondary sources relating to feminism and public international law, international courts, and international adjudications.

Immigrant Rights Clinic, University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, MD

Rule 19 Student Attorney, August 2017 – May 2018

Conducted investigative research for a consolidated asylum claim. Interviewed clients in order to obtain fact specific details about the case. Utilized “language line” to correspond with international witnesses. Organize facts and evidence to efficiently compile a working case plan. Collaborated with co-counsel to draft court documents, briefs, affidavits, and closing statements. Appeared in Immigration Court and won client a grant of asylum.

Maryland Commission on Civil Rights, Baltimore, MD

Law Clerk, Summer 2017

Reviewed client interviews, intake questionnaires, and employee files to gather evidence supporting claims of employment discrimination based on sex, pregnancy, and disability. Completed a statement of charges, arguing that evidence supported allegations of discrimination, retaliation and constructive discharge. Researched case law to establish the parameters for Title VII’s ministerial exception. Drafted a memorandum about disability based discrimination.

Hermina Law Group, Laurel, MD

Intern, Summer 2016

Drafted an interrogatory for a civil matter involving allegations of misrepresentation of records and falsification of certifications of completion for a driving program. Completed a response to a motion for summary judgement in a civil suit, arguing that sales tactics of an apartment complex rose above mere puffery to levels of fraud and misrepresentation.

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