I recently graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law where I focused on business and technology law classes. Since attending law school I have become increasingly interested in the field of electronic discovery. I’ve devoted a lot of time and effort to figuring out the current state of e-discovery laws and best practices and I hope to find employment as an Information Governance attorney.
I originally planned to go to law school with hopes of practicing international business law. I’m still interested in that area of the law and I work hard to keep up my Spanish. My Spanish fluency has helped me during my time as a law student and given me invaluable experiences. As part of the school’s International Business Practice Clinic I researched international tax and business laws, made contacts in Central and South American countries, and developed a market entry strategy which we presented to key decision makers of our client’s company. In addition, I have used my Spanish as an intern at Williams Mullen–a prominent firm in downtown Richmond. I have translated for clients in general district and federal courts, researched immigration and criminal laws, and written briefs that have influenced cases.
You can download my resume on my career page as well as via the link in the sidebar. I’m always open to new opportunities.