Mr. Robinson is originally from Jackson, MS. He is a rising third year law student from Southern University Law Center. He completed a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and graduate degree in Public Policy and Administration. Currently,
he holds the office of Vice President for Southern University Law Center’s Native American Law Students Association. His professional career has been one of public service, working in local government and higher education. He plans to continue that path by pursuing a career in Labor and Employment Law.
Ms. Ellison is originally from Atlanta, GA . She is a rising 3L at Southern University Law Center. She received a Bachelor's Degree in African American Studies with a minor in Psychology from Georgia State University. Currently, She is an Senior Editor of the Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty and member of the following organizations: Board of Student Advisors; Women in Law; Sports and Entertainment Law Association; and Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity International. She has a wide variety of legal interests including Sports Law, Entertainment Law, and Family Law and has hopes to practice all of them over the course of her career.
Ms. Nguyen is from Toronto, Canada. She is a rising second-year Boyd Law student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism at Ryerson University in Toronto and spent several years working as a sports reporter. Ms. Nguyen serves on the executive boards of Boyd’s Sports and Entertainment Law Association, Gaming Law Society, and Organization of Women Law Students. Ms. Nguyen is also an intern for a sports management firm where she helps elevate the brands of professional athletes. She is pursuing a career in Sports Law.
Mary Rofaeil is originally from North Richland Hills, Texas. She is a rising third year law student at Notre Dame Law School. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy, and Middle East Studies from Baylor University. Currently, she is the Managing Articles Editor for the Journal of Legislation. She is a member of the Black Law Students Association and Womens Law Forum. Ms. Rofaeil is an extern for the Wrongful Conviction Externship. She is pursuing a career in litigation.
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Lori Bryant brings seven years of experience as a paralegal where she primarily worked on commercial & residential real estate transactions, joint venture partnerships and corporate-related matters. In her more recent roles, she worked on a variety of complex renewable energy issues involving corporate, land use, and real estate matters.
Lori Bryant brings seven years of experience as a paralegal where she primarily worked on commercial & residential real estate transactions, joint venture partnerships and corporate-related matters. In her more recent roles, she worked on a variety of complex renewable energy issues involving corporate, land use, and real estate matters. Lori is currently a Paralegal/Closing Coordinator with a primary focus on Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, which assist in the development of affordable multi-family housing units (both new construction and rehabilitation).
Recently, Lori launched Fine Point Signing, a Mobile Notary and Loan Signing Agent business servicing Raleigh, North Carolina and surrounding areas. Fine Point Signing provides general notary work and notarizations for various types of real estate loan transactions. More than "just a notary", Lori is a loan document specialist. She throughly guides Borrowers' through complex loan documents with a "fine-tooth" comb to ensure a smooth closing process.
Lori has a passion for freelance writing with a legal niche. Her profound story-telling ability combined with her love for fact-finding is a gift that she hopes to share on a broader scale. Lori has written published blogs on a variety of legal and career-development topics for her former employer, a top 100 U.S. Best Law Firm. She is a graduate of the illustrious, Shaw University, earning her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Political Science. Lori obtained her ABA Post-Baccalaureate diploma in Paralegal Studies from New York University (NYU).