I grew up being taught there was no substitution for hard work. As I left home to attend college, I took this mentality with me. I double majored in pre-law and theater, involving myself in numerous activities such as weekly nursing home visits, performing in musicals and directing plays, and participating on a debate team. After graduation, I attended Regent University School of Law. I became fascinated with oral arguments and appellate law, so much so that I was given the honor to serve as chairwoman on the Moot Court board.
It was during my time at Regent that I realized what a privilege it is to serve others in the legal field. It is this love for service that led me to be a litigation paralegal here at Alperin Law. I am happy to be part of a law firm that is dedicated to providing the best service possible to its clients.
When I am not making phone calls or drafting discovery, you can find me participating in speech clubs, checking out way too many books at the library, attending plays at the theater, Latin dancing, or video chatting with one of my seven family members.