I first decided to go to law school when during a criminal investigators internship with the Public Defender’s Office.  Prior to this opportunity,, I worked in restaurants as a cook, bartender, and bouncer, in a meat factory, and even as a boxing trainer. 

I attended UMass Law where I graduated first in my class. During law school, I worked for two Federal Court judges, litigation firms, and in the community development clinic, helping small businesses with their legal needs. 

After law school, I worked in San Francisco for startups with a focus on tech, financial compliance, and crypto before joining Schneider & Branch.