Angela is a dual British / American citizen. Antonin Scalia Law School. She holds a BFA from New York University in Dramatic Writing, and MSc from the University of Brighton (UK) in Digital Television Management and Production and an LLB from the University of Law in London, United Kingdom. She was a winner of the 2017 Choose Law Full Fee Scholarship which gave her a full scholarship to obtain her law degree. She is currently an LLM candidate at George Mason University.
Angela is a career-changer with 15 years + experience in IT Project Management, QA Software Testing and Multimedia production. She specializes in Cable & Satellite TV technology as well as STB / CPE / Smart TV engineering. She previously contracted for Comcast as an Application Engineering Manager; a functional role where she had strategic input to technical issues guiding the production and release of Comcast’s X-Class TV.
This past summer Angela completed a writing contract at MNB Meridian Law where she supported the US Deputy Secretary of Defense’s Internal Review Team in researching and writing about racial discrepancies in military justice systems.
She has recently accepted an intern position with the United States Attorneys Office.
Angela has worked closely with other members of the BLSA to produce the Black Hair Big Law Symposium. This required substantial time and dedication, whilst completing her degree and studying for the Washington DC Bar which she plans to take in February 2023.
Angela is currently looking a job at a law firm that will lead to an Associate position and would appreciate your help in getting her one. Should you have any leads on relevant jobs Angela can be contacted at email@example.com
Original research from the Black Hair Legal Professionals Survey.
President, Graduate Law Students Association
Programming Chair, Black Law Students Association
LLM Candidate George Mason University
LLB University of Law, London Bloomsbury
MSc University of Brighton
BFA New York University
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