Emory Law JD ’21
Hometown: Ridgewood, NJ
Trademarks, Tech, Cybersecurity, Business Transactions
B.A. in Political Science, City College of New York
Marketing Strategist, The Enchanted Heart
Summer Associate, Vivid IP
Corporate Immigration Legal Intern, CKR Law
Legal Intern, NPZ Law Group
STUDENT INVOLVMENTS (Clubs & Leadership)
Moot Court Society Member
Teaching Assistant for Property
Pupil for the Atlanta IP Inn of Court
INTA Student Member
American Constitution Society Treasurer
What has been your educational highlight during your time at Emory Law?
At the end of my 1 L year, I was awarded with a scholarship to attend the INTA Annual Meeting in Boston. The INTA Annual Meeting is the largest and most influential gathering of brand owners and intellectual property professionals from around the world and from across industries. There, I had an incredible time learning about hot topics in intellectual property law, and met lifelong connections throughout the globe.
How has the Tiger Program helped you/what do you plan to get out of the Tiger program?
I hope to develop my practical business skills, and learn how companies are founded, grown, and sustained. As the legal profession is developing, entrepreneurship is one of the most valuable skills entry-level attorneys must acquire to make their mark in a company. I look forward to the valuable experience I will acquire in the program, as I am certain that it will be useful in my professional path.
Why did you choose Emory Law School?
Emory’s strong reputation, coupled with its national alumni network, made a significant impression on me while I was applying to law school. However, it is the Tl:GER Program that made me commit to the school, as I found the program extremely unique and perfectly aligned with my professional goals. Moreover, I am pursuing the Transactional Law Certificate, which is another Emory program that provides useful practical skills, designed for law students wishing to work in transactional law.