Being a lawyer was not something I planned for at an early age. In fact, it wasn’t until I pursued other professions such as a classroom teacher, a Congressional staffer, and an entrepreneur that I realized I was interested in the practice of law. With each job, I gained the experience and the fundamentals it takes to make a successful attorney. My ability to work with clients as individuals and not as case loads, allows me to be more efficient, focused, and strategic as I am working on a case or matter.
Best Petitioner Brief, Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition, NEBLSA, 2016
Excellence for the Future Award, The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, 2015
Order of the Barristers