About

I've been surrounded by creativity and art since I was a baby. 
Since age 6, I wanted to be a"rock star." I still have not fully retired my hairbrush mic. I did eventually figure out my talents are better suited for a behind-the-scenes role.
 Through my involvement with local music, the American Film Institute, living and working in Hollywood, and being a part of the journey of musicians, I know the challenges facing today's artists with the rise of digital music and the internet, making creative works more accessible than ever, while creating specific challenges to protect those works and those revenue streams. And I want to help artists protect their unique creations.

Equal to my love for the arts is my passion for history, the Constitution, the law, and protecting the rights of the People.  Since my early teenage years, I have been dedicated to learning and educating others in these areas.   I am a fierce advocate of equality and women's rights. 

Who I am

I believe in equal access to justice and the legal system.

This is why I became an attorney.

This is a driving force behind my business model of limited scope legal representation and the virtual law firm.

These two factors allow reduced fees and less burdensome methods to meet with an attorney, resolve legal matters, or get the help needed in self-representation.

This is a driving force behind my business model of limited scope legal representation and the virtual law firm.

This is a driving force behind my business model of limited scope legal representation and the virtual law firm.

This is a driving force behind my business model of limited scope legal representation and the virtual law firm.

This is a driving force behind my business model of limited scope legal representation and the virtual law firm.

This is a driving force behind my business model of limited scope legal representation and the virtual law firm.

These two factors allow reduced fees and less burdensome methods to meet
with an attorney, resolve legal matters, or get the help needed in self-representation.
 
My professional background is comprised of over 20 years of legal, compliance, managerial,
project and client relationship management experience. This background includes
in-house and law firm experience handling civil litigation cases, negotiating
and drafting agreements, handling licensing, privacy and data security matters,
advising on customer complaints and fraud investigations, analyzing complex
research, providing risk assessments, and managing teams. 

I have managed talent as the director of a model and talent agency in Orlando and Los Angeles, facilitated corporate
partnerships for AFI FEST, and volunteered with civil rights organizations.
My exposure to a variety of business functions makes me well-suited to assist
small businesses with their legal challenges or risks.  

I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Suffolk University in Boston in 2004. 
I received my Juris Doctorate from Barry University School of Law in Orlando in 2012. 
During law school, I studied international intellectual property law at University College Dublin
and received a Certificate in Entertainment Law from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. 
I was the Vice President of the American Constitution Society chapter at Barry Law.
I am licensed to practice law in Washington State.

Aside from my love of all things entertainment and law, I love to travel. 
I grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and lived in Boston, Orlando, and Los Angeles. 
My current second home is in Dingle, Ireland, where I've spent time this
past year getting to know and love the town and its people, and particularly
its  traditions and artistic community.

 Above all, I cherish loyalty, open communication and integrity.  I always keep these traits in the
forefront of a business relationship, holding myself and others to high standards.

I believe in equal access to justice and the legal system. 
This is why I became an attorney. 
This is a driving force behind my business model of limited scope legal representation and the virtual law firm. 
These two factors allow reduced fees and less burdensome methods to meet
with an attorney, resolve legal matters, or get the help needed in self-representation.
 
My professional background is comprised of over 20 years of legal, compliance, managerial,
project and client relationship management experience. This background includes
in-house and law firm experience handling civil litigation cases, negotiating
and drafting agreements, handling licensing, privacy and data security matters,
advising on customer complaints and fraud investigations, analyzing complex
research, providing risk assessments, and managing teams. 

My journey into the world of Immigration law and U.S. Visas began 2 years ago,
when the travel ban/muslim ban was enacted by the U.S. government,
causing chaos across the globe for travelers trying to get home to their loved ones.
I volunteered countless hours to support the legal organizations and
efforts to ensure people were rightfully being admitted into the U.S.
and that their rights were not being abused. 
I've been working on immigration matters since that time.

I have managed talent as the director of a model and talent agency in Orlando and Los Angeles, facilitated corporate
partnerships for AFI FEST, and volunteered with civil rights organizations.
My exposure to a variety of business functions makes me well-suited to assist
small businesses with their legal challenges or risks.  

I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Suffolk University in Boston in 2004. 
I received my Juris Doctorate from Barry University School of Law in Orlando in 2012. 
During law school, I studied international intellectual property law at University College Dublin
and received a Certificate in Entertainment Law from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. 
I was the Vice President of the American Constitution Society chapter at Barry Law.
I am licensed to practice law in Washington State.

Aside from my love of all things entertainment and law, I love to travel. 
I grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and lived in Boston, Orlando, and Los Angeles. 
My second home of late is in Dingle, Ireland, where I've spent time this
 getting to know and love the town and its people, and particularly
its  traditions and artistic community. They've kindly adopted me as a sort-of local.
I also serendipitously found the illustrator and web designer for this site there.

 Above all, my guiding principles in business and personal relationships are loyalty, open communication and integrity,
holding myself and others to these high standards.

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