I am a passionate traveler and enjoy visiting adventurous destinations, with a particular love for safaris. I have eclectic interests, from my undergrad degrees in Physics, French, and European studies, to my experience as a high school teacher teaching math, art, and ceramics. My interest in the non-profit world led me to law school and my work in-house at the George Washington University introduced me to Labor and Employment law. I enjoy engaging in the balance between defending clients from frivolous claims and assisting clients with avoiding litigation through corrective actions. I continue to pursue my interest in children's rights through pro bono work at my firm. One of my current goals is to begin taking a more active role in defining my career path.
Areas of Practice
Labor & Employment Law
I am a member of my firm's National Pro Bono Committee, as well as the Pro Bono Committee in my local office, and have taken an active role in those groups.
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